Executive Director, Medical Affairs, Oncology/Hematology
|Job Title:||Executive Director, Medical Affairs, Oncology/Hematology|
|Location:||San Francisco, California|
|Contact Name:||Ben Richardson|
|Job Published:||January 25, 2017 18:02|
- Provide day-to-day clinical and medical guidance while working closely on joint projects with the medical affairs team and other departments within the organization (clinical development, commercial, etc.). Projects include medical affairs studies, scientific congress/conference strategy and planning, advisory boards, development of educational goals for medical education, publications, field force training, review of medical information standard response letters, health economics and epidemiology analyses, and marketing/policy related projects.
- Identify, develop, and maintain relationships with thought leaders in the fields of hematology, oncology, and blood and marrow transplant. Collaborate with thought leaders to develop clinical therapeutic concepts that warrant additional study, identify messages for scientific communications based on preclinical or clinical data, and gain feedback on strategies to support the scientific and medical affairs plan for marketed products.
- Collaborate with and provide scientific and clinical support and training for internal departments, including Marketing, Sales, Clinical Operations, Research, Corporate Development, Managed Care, and for external audiences, such as patient advocacy groups, physicians, other health care providers, and formulary and clinical guidelines decision makers.
- Provide scientific input into manuscripts for publication and presentation at scientific meetings
- Participate in appropriate cross-functional and cross-company Clinical and Commercial teams to inform brand strategies and tactics and represent Medical Affairs.
- Collaborate with Clinical Development in the strategic planning, management, and execution of Phase IIIB and Phase IV trials. Define the medical strategy governing Investigator Initiated Research and oversee the proposals review and grants process.
- Provide clinical and scientific support in responding to inquiries from healthcare professionals and managed care organizations.
- Provide medical review of promotional material
- Doctorate degree required. MD degree preferred.
- Clinical experience in hematology/oncology or blood and marrow transplant highly desired.
- Previous (> 10 years) medical affairs or clinical development experience in hematology/oncology or blood and marrow transplant highly desired.
- High degree of professionalism, integrity and collaboration required.
- Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
- Experience with post marketing Phase IV and Investigator initiated studies preferred.
- Experience with strategic and tactical planning for marketed product preferred.
- Strong leadership, team building, negotiation and ability to execute.
- Ability to travel Required