The Director of Medical Affairs, Oncology is responsible for the development of medical strategy, planning & execution of assigned medical affairs activities at Regeneron. The Director will provide scientific and/or medical leadership by thoroughly understanding oncology disease areas and serving as a key scientific/ medical resource. The Director will work in a multifunctional, matrix organization, working closely with colleagues within the medical affairs group (including field medical, medical operations, medical education, medical information, HEOR, publication management, and medical statistics), as well as those in research & development, commercial, access & reimbursement, and patient advocacy.
As a Director, a typical day may include the following:
Develops and implements Medical Affairs strategy and plans to support overall cross-functional team objectives
Participates in scientific engagement with external communities (including experts, clinical investigators, and other healthcare professionals /stakeholders) in order to educate and advance scientific and medical understanding of relevant disease areas, including the management of disease, standards of patient care, and roles of our medicines
Provides medical leadership, insight, and strategy through collaborations with other internal functions and project teams (i.e. Commercial, Clinical, Operations, Regulatory, Biostatistics, Project Management, and Patient Advocacy)
Manages activities that involve expert advisors such as drafting scope of work for consultancy agreements, contracts, setting up meetings and advisory boards
Provides strategic direction and scientific and medical support for publications and presentations as needed, working closely with the Publication Manager
Attends medical conferences as Medical Affairs representative, assists with congress planning and strategy, leads meetings, and development of meeting summaries
Is responsible for medical affairs activities consisting of data generation, data analysis, and interpretation. Plays a key role in developing evidence generation strategy and execution of post-registrational studies, including interventional and observational research
This role may be for you if:
Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment. Works cooperatively with others across the organization to achieve shared objectives
New and unique ideas that move science forward and add value and deal with scientific concepts and complexity comfortable
Demonstrated matrix leadership qualities; clearly assigns responsibility for tasks and decisions; sets clear objectives and measures. Monitors process, progress, and results
Outstanding work ethic and integrity, including high ethical and scientific standards
To be considered for this role, you must have a M.D.. PhD or PharmD with expertise in Oncology disease areas. Additionally, a minimum of 10 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and/or medical affairs. We are seeking clinical, research and/or drug-development experience in Immuno/oncology. Successfully work in a matrix, cross-functional environment; excellent collaboration skills; experience working across functions to achieve results. We need an individual with excellent medical communication skills as well as a thorough understanding of the healthcare environment including all external stakeholders. Demonstrated understanding of medical affairs accountabilities for evidence generation, external engagement, and internal advice; direct experience preferred. Disease area expertise and appropriate medical and/or clinical experience. The ability to travel 30% of the time.
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Salary Range (annually)
$193,200.00 - $322,000.00