Junto HLS has been engaged by Medical Affairs Leadership at a Top 20 pharma to recruit a Medical Director/ Associate Medical Director, US (Community) Medical Affairs – Oncology.
The incumbent will provide leadership to a multifunctional, matrixed US medical affairs team. The focus will be on Multiple Myeloma but also an ever-increasing role in newer therapies (immuno-oncology, pipeline compounds) that will enter the MM and hematologic malignancy space.
The overview below outlines the basic responsibilities at the Associate Medical Director level. Additional responsibilities based on experience at the Medical Director level.
- Foster research relationships with community hospital centers and key US community oncologists
- Work closely with medical science liaisons (MSLs) with regard to scientific education, advisory boards, community clinical trial sites, interactions with community health care professionals and small/medium payer accounts
- Responsible for US thought leader development
- Lead a broad range of medical affairs activities, including serving as medical monitor for US company-sponsored medical affairs studies, internal training, and conducting advisory boards
- Provide medical leadership for investigator initiated studies (IIS) program
- Participate in the development of the US/global medical affairs plan
- Develop an in-depth understanding of the needs of oncology patients and demonstrate a focus on activities to meet those needs
- Work with Global Oncology Business Unit (GOBU) leads to support US medical affairs activities
- Provide scientific expertise in the development of non-promotional and promotional materials
- Work closely with alliance partners and with clinical development and commercial
- Provide strategic assessments of opportunities and threats regarding the treatment of MM patients in the US
- Greater Boston, MA
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