Assoc Dir, Clinical Scientist, Hematology (Contractor)

Location
Tarrytown, New York, United States of America
Posted
Jul 15, 2021
Ref
R890
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time
The Associate Director, Clinical Scientist, Hematology (Contractor) participates in the evaluation, strategic planning and execution of Hematology clinical development programs. Under the supervision of the Director, and in collaboration with operational supervisor (Medical Director), the Clinical Scientist will participate in the development of key study documents and perform independent multi-factorial analysis of scientific and clinical data to help guide product development and execution.

A day in the life would include the following responsibilities:
  • initiation of specific sections of protocol and related documents
  • initiation of development of study tools, guidelines and training materials and management of clinical study material
  • conducts clinical data review
  • utilizes basic scientific expertise to support initiation and execution of research and development programs for early and/or late stage assets
  • responsible for data review and contributes to medical monitoring plan for assigned studies
  • promotes consistent data review across assigned studies
  • conducts detailed analyses of clinical data with minimal guidance
  • may serve as subject matter expert
  • must be resourceful and have outstanding abilities to synthesize and make connections
  • authors clinical documents such as Expanded Synopsis, Clinical Study Protocol, amendments and related documents, Informed Consent Form, monitoring plan, and other key study documents
  • trains and supports study staff and CRAs/CRO on study protocol and related questions and serves as point of contact for managing/answering questions relating to clinical aspects and subjects' eligibility
  • performs clinical sciences related contributions to development of Case Report Forms (CRFs), edit checks, CRF completion guidelines, data review reports and trial statistical analysis
  • works independently and exercises judgment in resolving critical problems not always covered by existing standards, policies and procedures
  • leads relevant expertise contributions for decision-making and provides well-reasoned, thorough reviews, due diligence and proposals to cross-functional project teams
  • engages in team discussions and provides assistance to translational sciences support for assigned projects, if applicable and relevant
  • leads tasks correlated to the development and optimization of Regeneron's indication knowledge-base to facilitate information sharing across the organization
  • manages interactions with relevant line functions such as Data Management, etc.
  • attends Clinical Study Team (CST) meetings, participates and represents Clinical Sciences function, including reporting of any relevant functional study updates at the CST meeting.

To be considered for this role, you must have the following education and experience:
  • Bachelor's degree
  • ≥10 years of pharmaceutical clinical drug development experience, including basice knowledge of hematology therapeutic areas.
  • Excellent communication, organization and tracking skills. Strong operational skills and demonstrated ability to meet timelines.
  • Proven ability to work independently and in a team setting.
  • Proven networking skills and ability to train colleagues.
  • Knowledge of Good Clinical Practice; comprehensive knowledge of clinical trial design; understanding of the overall drug development process.


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