Staff Pathologist

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Perform and supervise gross necropsy of various species Review and interpret clinical pathology results of various species Perform microscopic evaluation of organs and tissues of various species Authors the pathology report for assigned preclinical studies, including correlation and interpretation of organ weight, macroscopic, microscopic and clinical pathology data Provides direction and professional consultation for the department Maintains professional level of expertise by attending scientific meetings, reading appropriate professional journals, and participating in professional organizations Develops areas of special expertise (ex., neuropathology, morphometry, reproductive toxicology, etc.). Performs other duties as required. Qualifications Experience performing toxicologic pathology assessments in the pharmaceutical industry, or other GLP environment, and demonstrated in-depth understanding of the regulatory issues pertaining to pathologic data interpretation and presentation are required. Ability to interact with multiple personality types and cultural backgrounds. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or equivalent training Board Certification by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP), European College of Veterinary Pathologists (ECVP) or Japanese College of Veterinary Pathologists (JCVP) Other board certifications (e.g., American Board of Toxicology) or advanced degrees (e.g., PhD) are desirable, but not required.
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