Associate Director, HEOR Scientist- GU Tumors
Support the development of an aligned strategy for US Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) to demonstrate the value of BMS products in a meaningful way to healthcare customers.
Effectively lead scientifically rigorous HEOR studies and manage projects from concept through full execution, including reporting the evidence at scientific congresses, in peer reviewed publications, and proactive/reactive BMS communication tools.
Establish strong cross-functional relationships with internal BMS and alliance stakeholders.
Be viewed of as an internal HEOR expert who is fully integrated into the BMS matrix team and provides critical input into the development of effective communication tools and programs for optimal market access.
Demonstrate the ability to make decisions on selecting external organizations and researchers with appropriate expertise for research collaborations.
Strive to demonstrate BMS behaviors of Passion, Speed, Innovation, and Accountability
Graduate degree required (PhD, MS, MPH, PharmD).
Five plus years previous experience working in outcomes research, health economics or epidemiology in the pharmaceutical industry.
Ability to lead a cross functional team and influence without formal authority
Ability to understand, interpret, and make recommendations concerning the evolving US market.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with strong problem solving and communications skills.
Previous experience executing research and managing projects independently.
Relevant scientific experience in clinical setting or within pharmaceutical industry.
Previous experience in publishing scientific data.
Advanced degree in health science with strong scientific publication track record.
In depth understanding of healthcare economics, epidemiology, quality of life and clinical research.
Strong understanding of US payer and market access challenges.
In depth understanding of statistical methods and tests. Strong knowledge of pharmaceutical development and product promotion.