Position Senior Scientific Experts
Location Hamilton, NJ
Job Description Senior Scientific Experts Neurodevelopmental, Movement or Mood Disorders

WCG MedAvante-Prophase provides rater training and clinical oversight for clinical trials in a broad range of central nervous system disorder. We deploy a proprietary electronic clinical outcomes assessment system that allow us to collect assessments on tablets or handheld devices. This system also enables audio or video recording of site-based assessments for central oversight.

We are looking for scientific experts to assume oversight of clinical trials in neurodevelopmental, movement or mood disorders. These roles include provision of clinical trial design consulting, oversight of electronic form design builds, developing or revising of rater training programs, and development and implementation of central oversight methodologies.

Candidates should have relevant clinical experience in either neurodevelopmental disorders, movement disorders or mood disorders. Additional expertise in the assessment and measurement of neurocognitive, motor function, behavioral or mental health aspects of these disorders is a plus.

Additionally, experience in clinical trial research and interest in measurement methodology and reporting are fundamental assets to be successful in this role.

Occasional travel is expected for meetings with biopharmaceutical sponsors, scientific conferences, investigator meetings and occasional office-based internal meetings.

For further information on the nature of the position, please contact Dr. Christopher Randolph@ crandolph@medavante.com , Dr. Mark Opler@ mark.opler@ma-pp.com or Dr. Bob Dagher@ bdagher@medavante.com.
To be considered please apply directly to:
https://careers.wcgclinical.com/careers/FolderDetail/Senior-Scientific-Expert-Mood-Disorders/2344
https://careers.wcgclinical.com/careers/FolderDetail/Senior-Scientific-Expert-Movement-Disorders/2343
https://careers.wcgclinical.com/careers/FolderDetail/Senior-Scientific-Expert-Neurodevelopmental-Disorders/2342