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Labcorp (Drug Development)

Study Director DART



Full Time

On Site


Greenfield, Indiana, United States

We have a great opportunity for a STUDY DIRECTOR – Developmental & Reproductive Toxicology (DART) to join our team in Greenfield, IN. This unique role is also involved in our expanding Crop Protection & Chemical (CP&C) offerings. This is a great opportunity for a Chemical or ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGIST. Our work in identifying and characterizing potential safety concerns has an incredible impact on millions of lives worldwide. Come join a global leader in drug development. Be a part of this exciting team and rewarding DART work.

This role:

  • Serves as the DART Study Director for DART Studies, performing screening and regulatory GLP DART studies with rodent and rabbit animal species according to the relevant OECD and/or US EPA guidelines.
  • Has overall responsibility for performing/supervising the technical conduct of a study as well as for the interpretation, analysis, documentation, and reporting of results.
  • Stays current with DART study designs and techniques and suggest ideas for technical development as appropriate
  • Is considered a DART subject matter expert in the CP&C area
  • Reviews and confirms external, visceral and skeletal fetal abnormalities
  • Trains on providing expert consultations to clients on customized DART study designs and study timings according to chemical specification needs

What we’re looking for in you:

  • Master’s degree with at least 5 years direct DART – related experience
  • OECD & EPA experience preferred
  • Skilled in performing scientific presentations and preparing scientific publications.
  • Experience of client management and technical expertise in the relevant business line.

There is no better time to join us!

Patients can't wait. Neither can we.

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