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Our client, a global pharmaceutical company located in northern New Jersey (Morris county) is in search of the following professional.
Dir to Sr Director Global Medical Affairs- northern New Jersey (Morris county)
For assigned compound/indications, work collaboratively across functions, within GPT to execute an integrated Medical Affairs plan including clinical trials, publication, medical education and medical information. Lead or co-leads GMA Strategic Sub teams within GPT, to gain strategic and planning alignment across regions and functions.
Manages all operational aspects and drives execution for assigned projects of Global Medical Affairs clinical trials in partnership with global line functions, assigned Clinical Trial Heads (CTHs), and regional/country medical associates.
Provides Medical leadership to CTT’s for company sponsored GMA trials.
Leads review of investigator-sponsored trials and Local/Regional Medical Affairs trials concept sheets, within MRC, for assigned projects(s).
Supports medical training, medical education and commercial activities in alignment with the Global Brand Team.
Collaborates across functions to achieve approval of key scientific communications, medical information documents and commercial documents within NP4 legal and compliance regulations.
Provides medical input on overall publication strategy and is a key member of publication planning team providing GMA medical input on individual publication plans.
Provides medical leadership in interactions with key external stakeholders e.g., leads advisory boards, under supervision of GMA Franchise Head or Sr. GBMD.
MD with advanced knowledge in one or more of these medical/scientific areas (Oncology, Hematology, Endocrinology). Have strong operational knowledge and experience in clinical trial design and all stages of clinical trial conduct (Trial design, Start-up, Execution, Analysis, Reporting). Strong knowledge in and understanding of medical activities (including scientific communications, medical information, MSLs, and HEOR), relating to the commercialization of oncology products.