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    People are very polite and a pleasure to work with.


    Some trial data were not posted on the corporate electronic document system, and were, instead, hidden in old emails from former workers or printed out and stored in poorly organized file folders. Statistical details were changed by the FDA and several statistical methods were used, making this a challenging set of documents to write. Consultants were not invited to meetings as much as necessary.

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    Consider consultants as employees, so that they can get the job done as well as employees.

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    Medical Writer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Brisbane, CA
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 dayinterviewed at XDx (Brisbane, CA) in September 2014.


    Having had a phone interview with the Real Staffing Hiring Manager, I had a straight-forward 1.5-hour meeting with stake holders who had knowledge about the job in question and had access to my resume. I met with the statistician, then the clinical science liaison, then the EVP/CMO. We discussed common problems working with Key Opinion Leaders, CONSORT rules about trial flow diagrams.

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    I gave my current hourly rate to the Real Staffing Hiring Manager, who said it was within the range specified by the company.

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Website www.xdx.com
Headquarters Brisbane, CA
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Rejection hurts, but organ transplant rejection hurts worse, and XDx wants to help. The company makes tests that monitor for cellular rejection in heart transplants. Its FDA-approved AlloMap test measures gene expression in patients' blood samples to determine if a transplanted heart has been accepted. The company believes its tests will help reduce costs by decreasing the number of biopsies and drug therapies often used in evaluating transplants in patients. XDx also has explored the development of AlloMap for lung transplant patients, and it has other molecular ... More

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