The Medical Director works with their supervisor and other members of the cross-functional study team to author Genetic Medicines protocols and facilitate execution of study activities and data summarization. Takes lead on collaborations with discovery scientists and translational geneticist colleagues to understand current and emerging targets/genetic medicines programs across a variety of therapeutic areas and disease states; provide input on potential disease areas/indications; and craft clinical experiments that corroborate or inform the biology for decision-making purposes and enable clinical development programs. Evolving Genetic Medicines modalities include RNA Interference (RNAi), CRISPR gene editing, AAV gene delivery, and others.
As a Medical Director, a typical day might include the following:
Leads the cross-functional study team to craft novel clinical development strategy for genetic medicines, including First in Human (FIH), Phase 2, and Phase 3 clinical trials
Responsible for the relevance and accuracy of medical science underpinning of clinical study based on detailed scientific review and consultation
Authors, reviews, and finalizes the medical and scientific portions of study strategies and clinical study protocols (CSPs) and amendments
Authors, reviews, and edits documents related to trials, such as monitoring plans, SAPs, amendments, IRB/IEC submissions and regulatory submissions
Accountable for timely clinical trial execution, reviewing adverse events, monitoring patient health, and quality of results
Analyzes the benefits and risk aspects of an assigned therapeutic candidate
Ensures Clinical Team compliance with FDA, EMEA, ICH and GCP guidelines as well as SOPs regarding safety
Authors clinical sections of communications/documentation for regulatory agencies and may participate in meetings as needed; Conducts detailed literature reviews and analysis of development opportunities from mechanistic, pharmacological and clinical development perspectives
This role may be for you if:
You want to make an impact delivering genetic medicines for patients with serious diseases
You have specialist postgraduate clinical training and practice, and scientific research training and with a track record of success
You demonstrate critical, science-to-medicine translational thinking skills and sound decision making
You have the ability to work productively in a fast-paced collaborative working environment
To be considered for this role, you must have an M.D. Degree (M.D./Ph.D. Degree preferred) Board Certification/Eligibility in a relevant therapeutic area preferred, along with relevant industry experience. A minium of 4-5 years of prior industry experience or practice experience, preferably in a research/academic setting. Experience in analysis of clinical and basic research information from a wide range of topics.
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