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In our line of work, life isn’t a given - it’s the ultimate goal. When life takes an unexpected turn, our technology and solutions enable caregivers to make informed diagnostic decisions to improve patient care. This is our shared purpose at Radiometer and what unites all +4000 of us - no matter our roles or where in the world we’re located. Creating impactful innovations like ours, doesn’t happen overnight - it requires uncompromising persistency, passion, and a desire to make a difference. Here, you can learn, grow, and chart an uncommonly diverse career.
Radiometer is proud to work alongside a community of six fellow Diagnostics Companies at Danaher. Together, we’re working at the pace of change to improve patient lives with diagnostic tools that address the world’s biggest health challenges.
Senior Clinical Research Scientist is part of the Clinical and Medical Affairs Team and will be a remote role preferably near Miami or another location in the eastern time zone. At Radiometer, our vision is to improve global healthcare with reliable, fast, and easy patient diagnoses.
You will be a part of the Clinical and Medical Affairs function and report to the Director Clinical Strategy responsible for leading pre-market clinical activities with cross-functional collaboration to ensure successful product launch. If you thrive in a strategic clinical role and want to work in a world-class organization—read on.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to:
The essential requirements of the job include:
It would be a plus if you also possess previous experience in:
When you join us, you’ll also be joining Danaher’s global organization, where 80,000 people wake up every day determined to help our customers win. As an associate, you’ll try new things, work hard, and advance your skills with guidance from dedicated leaders, all with the support of powerful Danaher Business System tools and the stability of a tested organization.
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