Prestige Scientific announces the successful completion of search #4526 for the Clinical Program Director (MD).

Prestige Scientific announces the successful completion of search #4526 for the Clinical Program Director (MD).


Milford MA. – May 2016 Prestige Scientific, an executive search firm that advises clients on recruiting impactful leaders, today announced its successful completion of Search Project #4526. This important hire will have the ability to impact the company’s culture and build critically needed value for patients.

Our client is a Massachusetts based biopharmaceutical company creating a new class of medicines to treat diseases from functional deficiencies in the microbiome. The company is developing and conducting all of their own research and manufacturing and are soon to enter into phase III studies.

About Prestige Scientific: Prestige Scientific provides our clients with a performance-based hiring system that identifies leaders with past success meeting similar corporate objectives as their own, while overcoming challenges and adhering to critical timelines. This systematic approach has proven to decrease our client’s time-to-fill while increasing hiring accuracy. On average our executive searches are completed in 59 days, with the eventual hire presented to the client by the 9th day of the search, with a success rate of 99.7%. Prestige Scientific team members specialize by Practice Area and are deeply anchored in each discipline.

Clinical Development Leadership Team:

Michael Barros, Sr. Partner of Prestige Scientific. He focuses on executive search and cultural assessment, advising both private and publicly listed pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.He specializes in the placement of clinical development senior management as well as physician search assignments for his clients across the US., 508-422-9342.

 Executive Search Expertise:

* Executive and Senior Management * Discovery/PreClinical * Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs * Clinical and Physician * Biometrics * Manufacturing and Operations

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