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Anatomic pathologist responsible for providing input to scientific staff in development of novel assays that meet customer needs, including assay performance to the desired and expected sensitivity, cut-off determination and scoring guidelines. Trains external pathologists, including pharmaceutical partners, scientific advisory boards and key opinion leaders. Contributes to marketing materials relevant to the clinical utility of the assay. Uses network of professionals in the field to secure and procure tissue specimens for testing.
Reduces broad concepts, business strategies into structured scientific projects
Leads the design/ delivery of new product/ process/ service scientific technology advancements; is the key technical contributor
Uses deep knowledge of Agilent customer applications to evaluate product proposals
Solves complex, high impact scientific problems
Yes, 35% of the Time
MD with US Board Certification in Anatomic Pathology
Two years relevant scientific experience including immunohistochemistry, cytology, in situ hybridization and other pathology laboratory or molecular techniques.
Demonstrated record of accomplishments including relevant work history in academic, private practice, or commercial environment.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate with individuals at all levels in the Agilent organization, Pharma partners, FDA, and commercial clients.
Presentation skills for Advisory Boards and meetings.
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