Assoc Dir, Immunogenicity Assessment

Date:  May 27, 2023

West Chester, United States, Pennsylvania, 19380

Company:  Teva Pharmaceuticals
Job Id:  40146

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Job Description

 Associate Director – cellular Immunogenicity within Specialty Biologics in our West Chester, PA location. We are looking for an experienced individual with a background and hands-on in in vitro cell based Immunogenicity method development, validation and implementation. This position reports to the Director – Immunogenicity and plays a critical role in the development of biologics from early to late stages, including regulatory submission.




  • Planning, coordinating and leading a subgroup to conduct activities for cellular immunogenicity assessment including method development, assay validation, sample analysis, and data transfer
  • Serve as Project Representative for Teva Biologics programs
  • Involve in the writing and reviewing of regulated documents for ANDA submissions (Immunogenicity study reports, Section 5354 etc…)
  • Serve as Study Leader or Principal Investigator for immunogenicity assessment-related studies
  • Evaluate cellular immunogenicity results and monitor on-time completion of tasks and projects
  • Undertake long-term and short-term planning and supervision of team members
  • Conduct technical meetings for internal or external representations
  • Select and monitor CROs, projects and costs as needed


  • Required: Minimum MS degree  in a scientific field, preferable Biology, Biochemistry or Pharmacology
  • Preferred: PhD in a related scientific field, preferable Biology, Biochemistry or Pharmacology
  • Required: 5 years pharma/biotech/CRO industry experience
  • Required: Hands-on knowledge of BD flow cytometers, including cytometer setup, maintenance, and experiment execution and FlowJo or FCS Express software is necessary.
  • Required: Minimum 3 years’ experience working in a regulated environment (GLP, GCLP).
  • Required: Prior leadership experience leading a small group and managing multiple projects.
  • Preferred: Familiarity with different ligand binding assay platforms, Watson LIMS and ELN systems is a plus.
  • Preferred: Experience in clinical drug development is beneficial.


Research & Development

Sub Function

Drug Development and Preclinical Studies

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