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AnHorn Medicines is a dynamic drug discovery company focused on the development of next-generation targeted protein degradation therapies. AnHorn’s AI-platform enables for the discovery of more drug-like, orally bioavailable protein degraders.


Role Summary:
AnHorn Medicines is currently seeking a highly motivated and team-oriented candidate for the position, in the Department of Clinical. The successful candidate will support clinical trial activities on one or more development project teams, facilitating the drug development of small molecule.

Role Responsibilities:

  1. Monitor progress of active clinical research trials and provide communication updates on a regular basis (local and global trials, e.g. US, EU, etc.)
  2. Oversee overall integrity of the study and problem-solving skills to promote positive working relationships with the site and staff
  3. Manage the training with the clinical teams
  4. Responsible for the operational management of clinical studies, ensuring the compliance with timelines, milestones and budget.
  5. Oversee site performance, assist with subject eligibility and randomization, identify recruitment problems, help to assure that site keep the recruitment goal on track for trial completion
  6. Assist with site feasibility evaluations, identify necessary resources to ensure site performance
  7. Act as the main contact to relevant stakeholders and provides input to feasibility, study design, budget development and ensures progress reporting.
  8. Provide input on study related documents (e.g. ICF, CRF, monitor plan, protocol, study Procedure Manual etc.), set-up and maintain study files.
  9. May travel in foreign country for project tasks such as co-monitoring, site visits, etc.
  10. Tasks assigned by the Company


Other conditions

  1. More than 5 years of relevant work experience
  2. Familiar with GCP practices and clinical regulations
  3. Ability to read, analyze, organize and understand clinical trial plans, trial reports, and relevant literature
  4. Strong communication and coordination skills, project management concepts, teamwork ability, proactiveness, and problem-solving skills
  5. Basic knowledge of biostatistics is preferred


Educational requirements: Master’s degree or above

Department requirements: Medicine and health related, natural science related


AnHorn is an Equal Opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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