Nicholas King, MS
Mr. King has held several roles during his tenure at C-Path. In 2010, he joined C-Path as a project manager for the Predictive Safety Testing Consortium (PSTC). As project manager and senior project manager, Mr. King managed projects within PSTC for several working groups, including the Hepatotoxicity, Pancreatic Injury, Skeletal Muscle Injury and Vascular Injury. He was promoted to scientific program manager and associate director for the Translational and Safety Sciences Program. In these roles, Mr. King provided input on regulatory science and analytical considerations for drug development tools and operations and logistics across the program. Since joining C-Path, Mr. King has contributed to more than 10 Letters of Support for safety biomarkers; co-chaired sessions at the PSTC Annual Workshop, the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting and the PSTC Japan Safety Biomarker Conference; and published articles on safety biomarkers. Mr. King’s graduate studies comprised research on cardiac and skeletal muscle physiology and mechanics. Prior to graduate school, Mr. King served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in West African country Cape Verde.