Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

WW Medical Lead, Immuno-Oncology, Safety/Pediatrics

Princeton, NJ, United States
Jun 14, 2019
Required Education
Position Type
Full time

This role will have accountability as the WW Medical Lead for Immuno-Oncology (I-O) Cross-Tumor Safety and Pediatrics, reporting to the WW Medical Lead for GU/GI/Melanoma/Cross-Tumor. He/she will lead the cross functional team in providing Medical leadership to for the I-O safety program across the portfolio, including significant cross-functional, cross-tumor, and global collaboration and alignment. Specifically, the Medical Lead will work closely with GPVE, safety workstreams, Immunoscience, Publications/Content, Oncology Clinical Development, medical colleagues, WWFM, HEOR, Commercial, Access, and tumor- and market- level safety teams, ensuring alignment and consistency across the franchise.

Responsibilities of the Medical Lead include:
  • Be the chair of the Safety Communication and Education Team (SCET) and will be responsible for internal and external education and communication regarding I-O safety, including action plans for external publications, market events, and emerging safety signals.
  • Develop and execute the global medical plan, provide medical insight into tumor- and market-specific strategic plans, and provide strategic direction into the Scientific Communication Platform, working closely with Pubs/Content and WWFM to ensure delivery of key knowledge to the internal and external stakeholders.
  • Work cross-functionally to identify evidence gaps to address unmet needs, develop a comprehensive Non-Registrational Data Generations Plan (in conjunction with the tumor teams, markets, and HEOR) and to define and support global execution of these opportunities.
  • Development and execution of the franchise Pediatric medical plan and work across the matrix to ensure strategic alignment of medical tactics and to develop the NRDG plan.
  • Work with the pediatric points in OCD, HEOR, commercial, Pub/Content, and the markets.
  • Liaise with the medical tumor leads role to support alignment across the immune-oncology platform and the various programs.

  • Advanced degree (MD, PhD, or Pharm.D.) with 5 - 10 years' clinical or industry experience, broad experience in oncology with specific expertise in immune-based therapy for cancer preferred and expertise in the execution of clinical trials.
  • Experience working with national and regional physician thought leaders in the area of oncology, strong analytical skills, an ability to evaluate scientific data and medical literature and extrapolate them appropriately medical, marketing, or sales programs, strong project management skills
  • Ability to work effectively with cross functional teams including clinical, commercialization, regulatory and early discovery
  • Highly organized and motivated individual with ability to develop and coordinate multiple projects and initiatives, possessing excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and strong interpersonal skills and presentation skills.