Job Description: Director of DMPK
Do you want to grow a company that positively impacts the world? At twoXAR Pharmaceuticals, we discover and develop first-in-class small molecules. We are seeking a DIRECTOR/ DMPK to oversee our DMPK efforts. The role will be involved in the design, execution, analysis, interpretation and communication of PK/ADME studies of small molecules to provide PK/ADME characteristics to support drug development. This position requires strong intellectual leadership, working at the interface of discovery and development teams and will serve as the nonclinical DMPK subject matter expert. This position requires knowledge of PK/PD modeling to support IND-candidate selection and facilitate prediction of exposure required in humans and is critical to our success; rate is commensurate with skills & experience.
twoXAR is an AI-driven drug discovery and development company focused on first-in-class small molecules. The company currently has a development portfolio of over 18 diseases. twoXAR saves years in drug development while generating a 30x hit rate at in vivo efficacy milestones over traditional methods. We have established collaborations with leading biopharmaceutical companies and are now scaling the business and building our internal drug pipeline. twoXAR is venture-backed with financing from SoftBank Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz and has strong ties to Stanford University and MIT. Our management team and advisory board have decades of biopharmaceutical management experience, built software systems used by tens of millions of people, held VP and C-level positions at Fortune 100 companies, and have had previous startups with successful strategic acquisitions.
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twoXAR is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.