In this role, you will have a wide range of responsibilities. You are member of the Study Management team within the R&D department and responsible for the studies of in-vitro diagnostics as well as studies with international cooperation partners (WHO, FDA, etc.) according to ISO: 13485.2016. Your key tasks are planning, coordinating and supporting of national and international clinical studies.
To be successful in this role, you will need to be experienced with molecular genetic technologies: DNA/RNA extraction methods, different amplification technologies etc. (in theory and practice). Furthermore you should be an communicative person with a wide range of technical knowledge that you are able to negotiate with study partners in a friendly and convincing way. In addition, there must be a willingness to travel within and outside of Europe (up to 20% travel activity).
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