|£43,309 to £52,558 per annum
|11th December 2023
|22nd January 2024
Location: South Kensington Campus
We are seeking to recruit a Regulatory Science Officer to undertake the regulatory aspects of the Transmission Zero Programme (https://www.transmissionzero.org/) as it expands the range of its activities and prepares for regulatory approval to eventually test genetic malaria control candidate interventions in the malaria endemic setting. Critical to the project’s success is delivering and articulating scientifically credible, accessible, evidence-based data to address its risk assessment and regulatory needs.
You will play a critical role in enabling the project to achieve key milestones and its ultimate objectives by: (i) engagement with academic, regulatory and policy organisations to develop and clarify the evidence-based requirements for the project (ii) contribute to and translate product risk assessments as well as regulatory requirements into study design and regulatory science practices within the project and, (ii) Securing the regulatory studies, data and evidence needed to address the risk questions and regulatory needs of regulatory applications from the project and articulating these doe regulatory documents.
You will work directly with the academic co-directors of Transmission Zero as well as the African partner teams at IHI and NIRM, the regulatory affairs teams in other gene drive projects as well as external consultants. You will ensure that regulatory science output is fully aligned with Transmission Zero’s regulatory strategy and will be a major driver and source of impetus to make sure that regulatory aspects of the project are progressing at the desired pace.
Duties and responsibilities
The post is available full-time, fixed term until 31 December 2026. You will be based at the South Kensington Campus.
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