Provide expert support and guidance on safety assessments to the project teams, with a specific focus on discovery-stage small molecule projects. Serve as a key resource for toxicology, providing scientific knowledge and expertise to cross-functional project teams.
he candidate must also be able to demonstrate a successful track history in the development and qualification of analytical testing methods to support both API and drug product release and on-going stability studies.
Support all clinical supply activities for on-going and new clinical trials for on-time delivery, including demand forecasting, trial monitoring & resupply planning, IRT set-up and distribution activities.
The successful candidate will possess demonstrated skills in the characterization of proteins and protein-ligand interactions as well as in protein structure determination and in the generation of proteins for structure studies.
Responsibilities include a commitment to keep abreast of current and emerging technological advancements in the field, evaluate and implement new technologies and concepts that are in line with the strategy and deliverables of FORMA Therapeutics.
Responsible for ensuring that the team and Project Management deliver and effectively execute on an integrated development strategy and plan, ensuring alignment across functions both within FORMA and with our collaboration partners.
The successful candidate must be able to independently manage the technical and strategic needs of their projects, work productively with junior and senior colleagues as well as external contract researchers, and be able to adapt to the changing needs of the company.
The successful candidate can demonstrate impact on drug discovery projects, independently manage the technical and strategic needs of projects, design and execute experiments that enable decision making and troubleshoots and solves technical and logistical challenges.