Senior Clinical Scientist
Join a pioneering biotech with a collegial atmosphere and a passion for harnessing every individual’s unique set of skills in our fight against disease.
At Immunocore, we have a vision to transform the way we understand and treat the most challenging medical conditions of our time, including cancer, autoimmune disorders and infection. In January 2022, in the U.S., we launched the world’s first T cell receptor therapy, built on a novel technology designed to overcome the limitations of our natural immune systems.
Joining us at the most exciting time in our history, you will be part of a team that values trust and innovation, and that cherishes different ways of thinking.
Provide clinical development expertise and input at various cross-functional teams, establishing the strategy and implementing the development of novel T cell engaging therapies in oncology.
This position can be located in the United States in Conshohocken, PA or Rockville, MD or in the United Kingdom in Milton Park, Oxfordshire.
- Understand and apply the principles of GCP.
- Thorough understanding of the drug development process including experience with contributing to the development of key clinical documents (e.g., protocols, ICF, IB, DSUR, CRF) and ability to review clinical data for consistency and coherence.
- Experience must include early phase clinical studies.
- Must demonstrate clear understanding of how to safeguard patient safety during the conduct of clinical studies.
- Review and provide input into Serious Adverse Event reports.
- Review lab data and adverse events looking for trends.
- Contribute to the design of clinical protocols that incorporate appropriate monitoring and risk mitigation for study subjects.
- Strong understanding of how translational medicine supports the drug development process.
- Must understand how to incorporate biomarkers into early phase studies.
- Experience must include how to analyse and interpret biomarker data from early phase studies.
- Ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams.
- Self-motivated; demonstrated success in delivering assigned tasks according to timelines.
- Ability to think outside the box and problem-solve.
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to drive and influence decision-making.
- Deep understanding of, and experience with, developing immunotherapy in oncology.
- Experience working with CROs including providing oversight.
Educations & Qualifications:
- PhD, Pharm D, or MS in a related scientific subject.
- Experience in oncology drug development (desirable).
- 5+ years of pharmaceutical industry experience.
- Periodic travel (~15-20%) to participating study sites as well as between Immunocore locations will be required (includes overnight and international travel).