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Senior Regulatory Consultant - Nonclinical / Toxicology  

Durham, Canada (+1 location)

If so, we have a great home-based opportunity to join Parexel's highly esteemed Regulatory Consulting Services (RCS) team as a Senior Consultan t. Our RCS Team provides clients with the strategies and... Toxicology Work careers...

from: - 12 days ago

Study Director - Safety Pharmacology  

Charles River Laboratories, Inc. - Laval, Canada

Ensure that study personnel are fully aware of their required duties within the studies, including data collection and integrity. Monitor the test system during the study by conducting a minimum of weekly... Toxicology careers...

from: (+1 source) - Yesterday

Data Management Specialist - Biomarkers  

Charles River - Senneville, QC, Canada (+1 location)

* Contribute to quality control by reviewing analytical procedures, procedure forms, or other related documentation to assigned studies. Follow and ensure the application of GLP, SOPs, special procedures... animal research jobs...

from: (+2 sources) - 15 days ago

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Data Management Specialist - Immunotoxicology  

Charles River Laboratories, Inc. - Senneville, Canada

Contribute to quality control by reviewing analytical procedures, procedure forms, or other related documentation to assigned studies. Follow and ensure the application of GLP, SOPs, special procedures... animal research internships...

from: (+1 source) - 8 days ago

Report Finalization Scientist - Toxicology Reporting  

Charles River Laboratories, Inc. - Senneville, Canada

• Functions as an independent scientific support to the Study Director in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures and Good Laboratory Practice regulations and is aware of appropriate regulations... toxicologist...

from: (+1 source) - 17 days ago

Senior Manager, Regulatory Affairs  

Bristol Myers Squibb - Montréal, QC, Canada

* Plans and coordinates pre-submission (pre-NDS, pre-SNDS, etc.) and registration (NDS, NON responses) meetings with Health Canada (HC) including the preparation/review/approval and submission of briefing... toxicologist canada...

from: (+2 sources) - 29 days ago

Technical Training - Associate  

Charles River - Senneville, QC, Canada

Charles River is committed to helping our partners expedite their preclinical drug development with exceptional safety assessment services, state-of-the-art facilities and expert regulatory guidance. From... forensic toxicologist...

from: - 5 days ago

Scientist or Senior/Principal Scientist, PKPD/QSP Modeling  

Zymeworks - Vancouver, Canada

A modeling/simulation scientist working in the PKPD/QSP group within Translational Sciences will be responsible for preclinical modeling and simulation activities in support of Zymeworks pipeline projects... environmental toxicologist...

from: (+1 source) - 6 days ago

Lead, Aquatic Sciences  

Teck - Sparwood, BC, Canada

Teck is a diversified resource company committed to responsible mining and mineral development with major business units focused on copper, steelmaking coal and zinc, as well as investments in energy assets... alere toxicology...

from: (+4 sources) - 7 days ago

Environmental Risk Assessor/Toxicologist  

Stantec Inc. - Stoney Creek, ON, Canada (+9 locations)

* Management and interpretation of field data, development of problem formulations, exposure models and risk assessment report preparation in accordance with current provincial and federal requirements... animal research director...

from: (+1 source) - 9 days ago

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The job of a toxicologist is to study the effects of various poisons on the environment, people and animals. The job may involve contact with potentially dangerous materials including mercury, lead and asbestos. Environmental toxicologists will often study samples taken from soil and rivers to see how human interaction is affecting the health of certain areas. The results can also be used to see if toxins are affecting the local population’s health.
To enter the field, applicants will have to have obtained a bachelor degree in science and two additional years of training. Courses available include biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology and environmental science.
Many toxicologists find jobs working for research foundations and government agencies. The work can involve time in the laboratory as well as time spent in the field collecting samples. Those holding a doctoral degree can expect to earn between C
$35,000 and C
$65,000 per year and the prospect for rapid advancement is good.

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