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Voyager is looking for exceptional individuals who share our passion for developing life-changing gene therapies for severe neurological diseases.

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Quality Assurance Specialist

The Quality Assurance Specialist will actively contribute to the implementation and maintenance of the Quality Systems Manual and conduct GMP compliance audits as directed. The QA Specialist will have  oversight of and involvement in, GMP compliance for production of Clinical Trial Material (CTM), including work performed by Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs).  Provide assistance in the audit and oversight of Contract Research Organizations (CROs) as directed.  The incumbent will work closely with the Director, Quality Assurance to ensure company goals and objectives are met and compliance risks are identified and communicated to senior management. This position is located in Cambridge, MA.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conduct and maintain New Employee Quality Orientation and Quality Refresher Training with primary responsibility for the Training System including documentation.
  • Develop and contribute to Policies and SOPs in support of the Quality Systems Manual.
  • Review and approve Policies and SOPs authored and developed by other functional areas.
  • Primary reviewer of CMO Master Batch Records (MBRs) and executed batch records, and approve when delegated by the Director, Quality Assurance.
  • Assist Clinical Operations in the development of Clinical Protocols, Investigator Brochures, Pharmacy Manuals, and other clinical documents as requested and directed
  • Participate with Manufacturing Sciences and Clinical Operations in investigations of deviations ensuring the development of Corrective Actions and Preventative Actions (CAPA), as necessary.
  • Review and approve Technical Transfer Documents and CMO Protocols and Reports.
  • Conduct and support GMP audits of suppliers and CMOs. Assist in audits of Contract Research Organizations (CROs) and clinical sites, as necessary.
  • Participate in the company internal compliance audit program.
  • Participate in the development of Technical Quality Agreements for CMOs and CROs.
  • Represent Quality in various cross-functional Program Teams.
  • Support the preparation of Chemistry and Manufacturing Control (CMC) sections inclusive of data verification and audits.
  • Participate in the development of Regulatory Authority inspection strategies.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of Quality Metrics and overall Quality Compliance Strategy.
  • Maintain all associated tracking logs and files, as applicable
  • Effectively communicate progress and issue resolution to the Director, Quality Assurance and key stakeholder of the Program Teams.

 Qualifications and Experience:

  • BS in chemistry, pharmacy, biochemistry or related discipline
  • Minimum 7 years QA GMP experience in biotech/pharmaceutical environment required. GCP and GLP experience a plus.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of quality compliance principles with specific focus on GMPs (CRO compliance knowledge a plus).

Additional Experience Desired:

  • Biological Drug Substance production
  • Production of Injectable Products
  • Performance of GMP compliance audits (suppliers, CMOs, etc.)
  • Oversight and interactions with CMOs (CROs desirable)
  • Excellent technical writing, attention to detail and problem-solving skills

 

Domestic travel required (approximately 20%)

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 Associate Director, Regulatory Affairs CMC

The Associate  Director of Regulatory Affairs CMC will be responsible for developing, implementing and advising on global Regulatory CMC strategies for new and late stage programs to secure approval of the manufacturing process and control testing for initial clinical trials under INDs/CTAs and transition to appropriate GMP validation to move expeditiously in Phase 3 trials with material suitable for commercialization to support market access for Voyager’s gene therapy products. These responsibilities will be in line with corporate objectives and are to be achieved in coordination with key internal and external team collaboration partners. The qualified candidate will define Regulatory CMC submission strategies and plan, construct, direct, write summaries/reports for CMC sections of INDs, CTAs, BLAs and MAAs including post-approval supplemental applications and coordinate responses during the review/approval by Regulatory authorities. This role will also be responsible for the content of the CMC section of briefing documents for pre-IND, End of Phase 2, and pre-BLA meetings in the US and scientific advice in the EU plus supporting CMC materials for meetings with PMDA in Japan.  Ensure accuracy of CMC requirements for validated analytical testing and manufacturing of Phase 3 material, including commercial product specifications are met according to Health authority requirements and expectations to efficiently progress clinical trials, submissions and approvals on a global basis. During health authority inspections, the Associate Director of Regulatory CMC will provide relevant documentation, support and rationale concerning Regulatory CMC submissions.    This position reports to the Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance and is located in Cambridge, MA.                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Responsibilities

  •  Provide innovative and proactive regulatory strategy for CMC development of gene therapy products for all project teams in early research and all stages of clinical development.
  • Design and execute an effective global regulatory CMC strategy in alignment with the overall development plan and corporate goals that will meet all Health authority regulations and support registration and approval.
  • Work closely internally and with Alliance partners in Manufacturing and Quality Assurance including other disciplines to prepare and execute global submissions addressing the needs of each partner.
  • Lead, supervise and author all CMC sections of submissions throughout the product’s life cycle, including briefing documents, INDs, and various Health authority requests for additional information.
  • Prepare the team and lead negotiations with FDA and other health agencies regarding all manufacturing questions.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science Degree and relevant experience, or MS, PhD degree preferred.
  • Minimum 10 years experience working in Regulatory Affairs; ideally 7 plus years in the biotech industry (gene therapy, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, blood products, and/or cell products) including preferably experience in a small biotech company environment
  • Sound depth of knowledge and expertise in Regulatory Affairs, including all associated requirements
  • Pharmaceutical industry experience in successfully transitioning from Phase 1 clinical trial material to Phase 3 and commercial GMP quality material with a record of successful product approval in the US, EU, Asia and pre-approval inspection success.
  • Deep experience interfacing with the FDA and other Health authorities.
  • Gene therapy experience a plus

Skills /Competencies

  •  Extensive knowledge and understanding of global regulatory requirements for CMC and GMO environment.
  • Demonstrated strategic thinking and problem-solving for CMC issues in the rapidly developing field of manufacturing gene therapy products.
  • Must be detail-oriented, possess good analytical testing knowledge, including problem-solving skills.
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, including strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, and to take ownership and responsibility.
  • Ability to work cooperatively and influence, internal cross-functional teams including alliance partners
  • Results focused with the ability to perform under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to win respect and gain credibility within the company and with alliance partners.
  • Adaptable and self-motivated, able to prioritize effectively with strong problem solving and planning abilities.
  • Alignment with Voyager’s Core Values
  • Travel Expectations: Travel both Domestic/International: 10-15%

 

Voyager Therapeutics is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Voyager Therapeutics is a gene therapy company developing life-changing treatments for severe neurological diseases. Voyager is committed to advancing the field of AAV (adeno-associated virus) gene therapy through innovation and investment in vector engineering and optimization, manufacturing and dosing and delivery techniques. The company’s pipeline is focused on severe neurological diseases in need of effective new therapies, including advanced Parkinson’s disease, a monogenic form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Friedreich’s ataxia, Huntington’s disease, tauopathies including Alzheimer’s disease and chronic pain. Voyager has broad strategic collaborations with Sanofi Genzyme, the specialty care global business unit of Sanofi, and the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Vice President, Regulatory Affairs

Reporting to the Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance, the Vice President of Regulatory Affairs will work with cross-functional teams to develop and implement regulatory strategy and summarize scientific data and submission packages to US and international regulatory agencies. This individual will be responsible for filing and supervising submission of multiple INDs and determining the strategy for multiple projects. Responsibilities include actively contributing to the development and implementation of regulatory strategy for specific projects including identifying and assessing regulatory risks and pathways for expedited development and timelines, serving as the regulatory representative on project teams, active involvement in writing/review of regulatory submissions,  interfacing with Health authorities, coordinating all aspects of regulatory submissions and proactively keeping updated on regulatory requirements and expedited approaches worldwide. The role requires a highly self-motivated and independent leader with demonstrated capabilities in the following areas: leading and managing BLA submissions, managing and mentoring staff, and working collaboratively with Senior Management, the Board of Directors and collaboration partners in a fast-paced, rapidly evolving gene therapy biotechnology environment.

Responsibilities

  • Provide innovative and proactive strategic regulatory leadership to project teams in early research and late stage clinical development for neurological diseases.
  • Work proactively in a cross-functional organization to partner with various R&D areas to design and execute an effective global regulatory strategy in alignment with the overall development plan and corporate goals.
  • Present the overall Voyager Regulatory strategy and work closely with Alliance partners in Regulatory Affairs and other disciplines to prepare and execute global development programs addressing the needs of each partner.
  • Lead and supervise the planning, preparation (including authoring where relevant) and delivery of routine and complex submissions throughout the product’s life cycle, including briefing documents, INDs, and various expedited designation requests including breakthrough, orphan drug, fast track and rare pediatric disease where appropriate.
  • Lead the planning, strategy, content and execution of BLA filing and follow through to approval
  • Identify potential regulatory risks to the strategic/operational plans, and propose options to mitigate risks.
  • Prepare the team and lead negotiations with FDA and other health agencies.
  • Provide regulatory due diligence as required.
  • Supervise and mentor direct reports who will be managing other programs.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science Degree; PharmD, PhD or MD degree preferred.
  • At least 15 years of experience working in Regulatory Affairs; ideally 10 plus years in the biotech industry (gene therapy, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, blood products, and/or cell products) including preferably experience in a small biotech company environment. Regulatory device strategy and experience, a plus.
  • Sound knowledge and experience in Regulatory Affairs and associated requirements, plus pharmaceutical industry experience in clinical trial and drug development work with a record of successful drug development through product approval in the US, EU, Asia.
  • Thorough knowledge of the drug development process including all expedited pathways and orphan drug designations, INDs, CTAs BLAs and MAAs.
  • Experience in interfacing with FDA and other Health authorities. Gene therapy experience a plus.

Skills /Competencies

  • Deep knowledge and understanding of global regulatory requirements and environment.
  • Demonstrated strategic thinking and implementation in overall drug development.
  • Must be able and willing to work diligently in a high-visibility, fast-paced environment and exhibit passion for patients with debilitating neurological diseases.
  • Must be detail-oriented, and possess good analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, and to take ownership and responsibility.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with teams including alliance partners and influence cross-functionally.
  • Results focused and able to work under pressure and to set and meet deadlines.
  • Confident with the professional competence to win respect and gain credibility at all levels within and outside the company; capable of representing the company externally.
  • Demonstrated ability for innovative and flexible strategies.
  • Adaptable and self-motivated, able to prioritize effectively with strong problem solving and planning abilities.
  • Complete alignment with Voyager’s Core Values

 

Voyager Therapeutics is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

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Contracts Manager ( on -site )

 Voyager Therapeutics develops life-changing gene therapies from discovery, preclinical and clinical development, through commercialization. We focus on people living with severe neurological diseases that lack safe and effective treatment options, particularly in the areas of advanced Parkinson’s Disease, monogenic forms of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS ), Friedreich’s ataxia, Huntington’s disease, frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and severe, chronic pain.

 Position Overview:

Excellent opportunity to play a leading role to develop a first-class contracting function for a growing company to drive cutting-edge science to make a difference in the lives of patients.  The Contracts Manager is the central point for all contracting matters and will be accountable for negotiating, finalizing, updating, managing and tracking contracts and related budgets. This position reports to the Vice President of Legal Affairs, located in Cambridge Massachusetts.

Responsibilities:

  • Partner with VP of Legal Affairs and Business Operations team to collaboratively design, implement and manage and own a leading contracting process.
  • Play lead collaborative role with business leadership and scientists to define business and legal terms and ensure that agreements are structured and implemented to support Voyager’s goals.
  • Negotiate high volume of contracts with research partners, academic institutions, collaborators, clinical research organizations, vendors and consultants.
  • Recommend contracting approaches and alternatives solutions for each engagement.
  • Ensure contracts are fully executed and stored.
  • Develop and maintain contract tracking and record keeping procedures and tools as well as other methods to bring value to business, such as implementation of contracts management system
  • Conduct training for business groups and facilitate and enforce internal contract review and approval process and sign-off authority.
  • Coordinate with accounts payable / finance to track financial status and termination dates of contracts; serve as a bridge between financial and technical managers regarding contracts’ financial status and termination dates.
  • Liaise with funding agencies, scientific partners, and subcontractors on business and contractual issues.
  • Effectively represent Voyager in interactions with 3rd party partners and contractors.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • 5-8 years of relevant experience in a biotech or pharmaceutical company, and/or university tech transfer setting.
  • Extensive experience with high volume contracts that are used to support life science research, drug development and clinical research, and government funded research, including sponsored research, material transfer, contract manufacturing, licensing and collaboration agreements.
  • Demonstrated experience administering and efficiently organizing significant contract portfolios.
  • Demonstrated contract drafting, reviewing and negotiation skills.
  • Strong organizational skills and business judgement.
  • Business or Finance training a plus.
  • Degree in science, business or law is preferred.

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • High attention to detail is essential, combined with a positive, customer service oriented approach
  • Highest ethical  and confidentiality standards.
  • Excellent organizational, writing, communication and project management skills and familiarity with legal and scientific terminology.
  • Ability to analyze budgets / finances.
  • Experience in working effectively across science and business disciplines.
  • Familiarity with IP contract terms typically used in life science research agreements.
  • Self-directed and function independently while meeting established milestones and deadlines.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with others, ability to effectively collaborate with others at all levels of the organization.
  • Able to transition between working independently or collaboratively as the situation may require.
  • Ability to juggle competing demands and shift priorities.
  • Ability to work in a small company environment and contribute to many different functions.
  • Willingness to take ownership of work, drive contracts forward, facilitate business decisions and work with other teams to accomplish goals in timely fashion.

 

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About Voyager

Voyager Therapeutics is developing life-changing gene therapies for fatal and debilitating diseases of the central nervous system. Our founders include scientific and clinical leaders in the fields of adeno-associated virus (AAV) gene therapy, expressed RNA interference and neuroscience. Our management team has deep expertise and a track record of building exceptional life science companies.

The successful candidate will provide operational leadership and take full accountability for the execution of all Data Management related duties to support the development of Voyager clinical programs with high quality and adherence to Regulatory and Industry guidelines. This role will report to the Senior Director, Clinical Operations.

Responsibilities

  • Manage the complete EDC system development process from initial set-up through database lock including; UAT Plan and testing of clinical study databases along with development of edit check specifications and manual data listings as required.
  • Supervise, review and manage, the surveillance of CRO and third party vendor performance activities regarding the quality and timeliness of the deliverables and ensure database is ready for lock. Provide justification for and perform direct negotiations with CRO. Observe and recommend opportunities for improvement and optimization.
  • Develop and maintain SOP’s and related control documentation.
  • Design or review creation and maintenance of all essential data management documents; including CRF specifications, eCRFs, annotated eCRF, eCRF completion guidelines, Data Management Plans (detailing complete data management processes throughout clinical studies), Data Review Guidelines, Data Entry Guidelines, Data Transfer specifications and laboratory data handling.
  • Ensure clinical databases and external data files are designed in a consistent format to produce dataset that are conducive to analysis. Coordinate deliverables such a DMB reports, IND Annuals, safety listings. Coordinate data cuts/transfers and conduct data reviews.
  • Maintain all data management internal files, ensuring preparedness for regulatory inspections.
  • Ability to review and provide feedback to the clinical team on other study documents e.g. Clinical Monitoring plans, Statistical analysis plans and vendor specifications.
  • Functional Lead on project teams, study teams, development teams including multi-disciplinary interactions by participating in/leading project meetings to ensure clear overview of progress, risks and mitigation strategies by all participants for all data management related deliverables.

Requirements

  • Advanced degree or BA/BS in Technical or Life Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Biotech, or Computer Science).
  • Experience is CNS/Neurology preferred and experience with orphan indications will be favorably considered.
  • Minimum: 7 – 10 years  experience in Data Management for the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry.
  • Experience as lead DM of a Phase I-III studies required; ability to be primary DM representative with little oversight required.
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of regulations and industry adopted data standard: CDIC, SDTM, CDASH.
  • Biostatistics background helpful but not required
  • Possesses an in-depth understanding of regulatory guidelines e.g. ICH, GCDMP, 21 CFR Part 11 and their application to Data Management practice.
  • Knowledge of and experience with MedDRA and WHO Drug data dictionaries.
  • Skill and knowledge in ad hoc data reporting, data review listings and metrics reporting.
  • Attention to detail and the ability to work individually, within a multi-disciplinary team, as well as with external partners and vendors with positive data management approach.
  • Possesses solid computer system and technical skills with a strong ability to learn multiple computer applications. Advanced level proficiency with relational databases (EDC) systems and technologies (e.g. RAVE, Medrio, Phase Forward InForm, Oracle Clinical) and CDISC data standards are desirable.
  • Advanced computer proficiency in MS Office products (e.g. Microsoft Project, Excel, MS Word).
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment with high-performing colleagues.
  • Self-motivated, critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Possesses strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Able to travel to off-site meetings or training seminars as needed.
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Associate Director Clinical Operations ( on-site )

Voyager Therapeutics is seeking an exceptional Associate Director, Clinical Operations, to partner closely with internal/external team members and vendors to ensure all assigned clinical trials are conducted per protocol, in a timely fashion and in a manner compliant with SOPs, ICH/GCP/regulatory guidelines, company goals and established study budgets. This position reports to the Senior Director of Clinical Operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for clinical operation timelines, and planning activities for each clinical study. Develop and mentor clinical staff and consultants, and secure sufficient resources to support the company’s goals and objectives.
  • Ensure all functions, both internal and external are set up and managed to enable efficient start-up of sites
  • Comprehensive oversight of day-to-day operational aspects of assigned clinical trial(s)
  • Management of Clinical Research Organization (CRO) interactions, including sponsor oversight of relevant functional activities (e.g., study management, monitoring, site management, and project master files).
  • Develop and /or review study related documents ( ie. consent forms, study manuals, study aids, etc. )
  • Identify potential vendors, RFP proposal processes
  • Works with CRO/ vendors to develop and/or revise scope of service agreements, budgets, plans and detailed timelines and ensures that performance expectations are met.
  • Drive consistent monitoring of study progress: ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and guidelines by maintaining regular contact with external vendors, including CRAs as applicable.
  • Complete sponsor’s review of monitoring reports and periodic review of data quality.
  • Identifying potential study issues, and proactively recommending and implementing solutions or corrective actions as needed.
  • Assist with overall study budget development for new studies (e.g. CRO, Investigator fees, pass through fees) and providing information conjunction with the Finance Department
  • Ensure budgets for external services are tracked by clinical operations to provide status regarding contract to budget actual
  • Assist with budget forecasting and accruals as requested
  • Act as primary resource for investigational sites; reviewing investigator contracts and site payments.
  • 15 % travel to CRO/vendors facilities and/or investigative sites to train and assess study team and CRAs.
  • Organizing and managing internal team meetings and other trial-specific meetings.
  • Participate in ongoing development, review and implementation of departmental SOPs and processes.

Qualifications:

  • BS/BA degree in science or similar area.
  • 8-10 years of experience required managing clinical trials for or within the biotech or pharmaceutical industry, including CRO/vendor management, monitoring of budget scope, clinical site monitoring, and knowledge of basic data management/biostatistics processes including Electronic Data Collection (EDC) and Pharmacovigilance
  • Management of Phase I-III clinical trials, including multi-center, and multi-country registration trials

  • The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years managing internal and external contract operations in the biotechnology industry desired.

  • Experience with compliance issues, corrective action procedures and strong understanding of FDA Regulations, GCP and/or SOPs in a clinical operations context

  • Excellent oral and written communications.

  • Strong computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Outlook.
  • Ability to work within established timelines, in a fast paced environment.
  • Excellent organizational and priority management skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to deal with people at all levels with sensitivity and tact.
  • Prior CNS or gene therapy experience preferred.
  • Travel up to 15% as needed ( Domestic/ Int’l )

Please no agency referrals, calls or unsolicited resumes accepted by Voyager Therapeutics

 
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Voyager Therapeutics is a clinical-stage gene therapy company developing life-changing treatments for severe diseases of the central nervous system. Voyager is committed to advancing the field of AAV (adeno-associated virus) gene therapy through innovation and investment in vector engineering and optimization, manufacturing and dosing and delivery techniques. The company’s pipeline is focused on severe CNS diseases in need of effective new therapies, including advanced Parkinson’s disease, a monogenic form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Friedreich’s ataxia, Huntington’s disease and spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). Voyager has broad strategic collaborations with Sanofi Genzyme, the specialty care global business unit of Sanofi, and the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Our founders include scientific and clinical leaders in the fields of adeno-associated virus (AAV) gene therapy, expressed RNA interference and neuroscience. Our management team has deep expertise and a track record of building exceptional life science companies.

Senior Medical Director, Neurosciences

The Medical Director will lead the formulation of clinical development plans and the planning, execution, analysis and interpretation of all clinical studies to support those plans. The candidate will lead cross-functional teams to generate, deliver, and disseminate high-quality clinical data supporting the overall development strategy for one or more programs.  The initial focus will be on CNS indications currently in the Voyager pipeline.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to;

  • Provide strategic medical leadership that integrates knowledge in gene therapy, basic and clinical neuroscience
  • Formulate clinical development plans (CDP) that integrate scientific rationale, clinical need, clinical measurement approaches, statistical rigor, regulatory and payor requirements, and company strategy
  • Develop and implement high quality clinical studies to support the CDP including biomarker and translational studies, natural history studies, and clinical trials
  • Participate in interpretation of data analyses of clinical trial results and authoring clinical trial reports
  • Provide medical input into regulatory document preparation
  • Direct publication planning, advisory board meetings and training programs
  • Lead clinical study teams
  • Provide medical monitoring, safety assessment and overall oversight for all clinical studies supporting the CDP
  • Establish and operate within appropriate timelines and   budgets for clinical studies
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with program counterparts in internal functions as well as external collaborative relationships
  • Present at investigator meetings, advisory meetings, regulatory meetings, and represent Voyager at professional meetings
  • Contribute medical leadership and guidance to business development efforts

Essential Requirements:

  • Medical Doctor (M.D.), Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), or non-US equivalent of M.D. degree with specialty training in neurology or a neuroscience field
  • Minimum 7 years of clinical trial experience and at least 3 years of pharmaceutical/biotechnology clinical development experience in neuroscience. Pediatric development experience is a plus
  • Extensive knowledge of clinical trial methodology, regulatory and compliance requirements governing clinical trials, and experience in development of clinical strategy and the design of study protocols. Formal training in clinical research methods is a plus
  • Must possess excellent oral and written English communication skills
  • High integrity and proven leadership skills and ability to bring out the best in others on a cross-functional team
  • Ability to prioritize across several complex clinical research studies and programs
  • Demonstrated strategic and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to interact externally and internally to support the scientific and business strategy
  • Ability to exercise judgment and address complex problems and create solutions across multiple projects
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