Kathryn Bibeau

Director, Product Development

Mississauga, Ontario

Email: moc.k1498448565isnir1498448565tni@u1498448565aebib1498448565k1498448565
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Kathryn Bibeau a Director of Product Development at Intrinsik Corp.  Kathryn is a board-certified toxicologist and certified regulatory affairs professional with over 16 years of experience in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical & healthcare industry.  She has been involved in a broad range of development and regulatory activities leading to clinical trials and product registration.  Kathryn’s focus is on nonclinical program development and medical writing.  She has been involved in the design, implementation, and monitoring of hundreds of nonclinical studies (toxicology, safety pharmacology, genotoxicity, reproductive and developmental toxicity, carcinogenicity) in support of regulatory applications.  Kathryn has also been responsible for literature-based human health safety assessments of excipients, contaminants, degradants, and impurities, often eliminating the need to conduct toxicology studies.  With her Regulatory Affairs Certification and experience in the current regulatory field in the United States and Canada, Kathryn manages the regulatory and scientific aspects of product development programs including authorship, review, and submission of numerous successful INDs, CTAs, NDAs, and NDSs.  Medical writing activities include managing, authoring, and reviewing nonclinical and clinical CTD sections, literature reviews for 505(b)(2) submissions, clinical study reports, as well as ISSs and ISEs.  Kathryn has participated in meetings with regulatory authorities as a regulatory and/or nonclinical representative.  She also monitors nonclinical studies at international CROs for quality and compliance with GLPs, and has been an invited speaker on GLP regulations and implementation.

Experience Highlights

  • Authors and reviews clinical and nonclinical sections of regulatory submissions (pre-IND, IND, pre-CTA, CTA, IB, NDA, NDS, MAA) for broad range of therapeutics (e.g., anticancer, corticosteroids, opioids, amphetamines, orphan drugs).
  • Authors and reviews CTD-compliant Module 2 summaries (2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7), CSRs, ISSs, and ISEs
  • Authors and reviews literature-based regulatory documents (e.g., 505(b)(2) submissions)
  • Prepares nonclinical testing strategies and data gap analyses for pharmaceuticals and biologics covering a broad range of therapeutic areas.
  • Specializes in impurity qualification assessments for pharmaceuticals (including genotoxic impurities).
  • Manages clients, CROs, and subcontractors to oversee quality (GLP), science, timelines, and budgets for nonclinical studies.
  • Research interest in safety pharmacology and active member of the Safety Pharmacology Society.
  • Toxicology expert for regulatory submissions and meetings.

Education and Professional Qualifications

  • B.Sc. (Honours), Biomedical Toxicology, University of Guelph
  • DABT, Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology
  • ERT, European Registered Toxicologist
  • RAC, Regulatory Affairs Certification (U.S.)

Professional Affiliations

  • Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society
  • Safety Pharmacology Society
  • Society of Toxicology

 

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Intrinsik Corp., is a dynamic science-based consulting firm.  We are eagerly interested in professionals to add to our accredited staff base.  Intrinsik is strongly committed to our employees by ensuring mentoring, training and advancement for those with a drive to succeed.  Our areas of expertise include and are not limited to toxicology, human health and environmental risk assessment, biology, multi-media exposure modeling, environmental science, and risk management.

Diversity is not only part of our company’s culture, it is a core business strategy.  We are building a workforce that is representative of our society, and our programs and policies are designed to foster diversity and inclusion.

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Our goal is to create an environment that is inclusive to all members of the community.  Intrinsik Corp., focuses on identifying, removing, and preventing barriers for persons with disabilities, and our policy complies with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).

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