DuPont Toxicologic Pathologist in Newark, Delaware
Toxicologic Pathologist (Job Number: 016935W-01)
DuPont Haskell Global Centers at the Stine-Haskell site in Newark, Delaware is seeking an anatomic pathologist to join a team of scientists dedicated to the collaborative development of safe and innovative products and materials. Haskell pathologists serve as the acknowledged authorities in toxicological and clinical pathology and veterinary medicine within the DuPont organization. As such, they provide leadership and technical strategic direction in pathology testing, research and consulting, and collaborate and network globally across all DuPont businesses and beyond.
Pathologists evaluate and peer review histopathological and clinical pathological studies, provide scientific leadership regarding the design and conduct of postmortem portions of studies, and provide expertise to integrate the interpretation of all data into the overall safety profile of product candidates from discovery to late stage development. At Haskell Laboratory, pathologists work with a highly skilled technical staff experienced in incorporating into studies routine and non-routine procedures and molecular techniques. Moreover, Haskell pathologists are essential members of scientific teams employing innovative research methodologies and predictive models to investigate mechanisms of toxicity, correlate in vitro data to in vivo results, and develop novel biomarkers in support of discovery and development of sustainable new products.
Haskell pathologists have the opportunity to lead product development teams in overseeing the design and execution of studies, and generate regulatory strategies and communications to support the development of compound candidates. Career growth through development or extension of expertise in an area or organ system of interest, becoming a recognized subject matter expert, is encouraged.
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VMD/DVM or equivalent and residency training in anatomic pathology.
Required Experience and Skills:
ACVP board certification or equivalent; Minimum 3 years of experience as a toxicologic pathologist; Excellent verbal and written scientific and business communication skills.
Preferred Experience and Skills:
Advanced research training (such as PhD); Background or interest in laboratory animal medicine.
Primary Location: NA-United States-Delaware-Newark
Education Level: Doctorate Degree (over 19 years)
Employee Status: Regular
Job Type: Experienced
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