Careers

Associate Director

Responsibilities:

  • Develop Protocols for the use of non-invasive imaging techniques as they relate to Ophthalmology in clinical research
  • Participate in designing and conducting Phase 1, 2 and 3 clinical trials related to Ophthalmology
  • Design and implement strategies to evaluate various imaging findings for clinical studies using multiple imaging modalities (including but not limited to; fundus photography, fluorescein angiography, optical coherence tomography (OCT), OCT-angiography, electroretinography, microperimetry, adaptive optics etc.)
  • Train image graders and establish training protocols for them and ensure that they are trained on new material as soon as it becomes available
  • Maintain regulatory (IRB/FDA) documents for clinical research sites and follow the latest regulatory guidelines for clinical research
  • Maintain HIPPA and CFR -21 Part 11 Compliance for the company
  • Implement and maintain quality control standards and evaluate program effectiveness
  • Identify, clarify, and resolve issues with strategic impact and substantial significance, which may span multiple areas, using advanced clinical trials operations and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) knowledge requiring broad discretion and judgment
  • Design and write clinical trial protocols, study budgets and research manuscripts
  • Present research work at various national and international ophthalmology meetings

Special skills/experience

  • Must have at least 3 years of ophthalmology or relevant industry experience. The two years experience must be in the use of non-invasive imaging technologies, imaging research, clinical trials in ophthalmology.
  • Must have educational knowledge or professional experience of using artificial intelligence in detecting ocular lesions.
  • Candidate must have membership of at least two organizations as mentioned below:
    • (1) Foster Ocular Immunology Society
    • (2) Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
    • (3) American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • Must have participated in minimum of two clinical trials for designing, writing study protocols and budgets.
  • Minimum of two first author publications in peer reviewed journals in the categories of original article and review article
  • Travel for participation in conferences and clinical trials related to Ophthalmology in USA is required. Candidate must be willing to travel and relocate(if needed). Employer may accept any suitable combination of education and experience.

Education

  • A doctoral degree in Medicine (MD) or foreign academic equivalent.

Contact:

Email resume to: careers@oirrc.net