As an Associate Director, Field Medical Affairs you be a field facing representative engaging in the exchange of scientific data, medical or information with KOLs, HCPs, researchers, pharmacists and population-based decision makers. We are to demonstrate a thorough understanding of B-Cell Malignancies including NHL and Multiple Myeloma aligned with our strategic plans.
Territory: PA, NJ, Upstate NY
A typical day may include the following:
Identifying and maintaining a list of relevant medical/therapeutic area experts, investigator targets and associated plans of action.
Establishing, fostering, cultivating and maintaining peer relationships with KOLs in Hematological Malignancies
Act as the primary clinical/scientific resource to HCPs in the territory for information pertaining to disease state and Regeneron’s product ensuring awareness and understanding.
Participates in the development and management of company sponsored clinical trials including.
Establishing scientific relationship with investigators and internal Medical Affairs, supports investigator-initiated study (IIS) concept program.
Identifying relevant insights on research developments, treatment landscape to shape medical strategy
Identifies gaps in research needs and creates opportunities by collaborating with potential and existing investigators and site personnel.
Responds to requests for information related to study indications, disease state and therapeutic area, and presents/discusses scientific and clinical data.
Attends medical conferences to collect and report relevant, scientific, clinical, & competitive intelligence.
Ensures company policies, procedures, principles and financial controls are maintained with integrity and professionalism is displayed internally and externally
This may be for you if:
Want to be a part of a pre-launch stage Field Medical team a with potential for multiple launches.
Highly skilled in the art of strategic conversation along with a demonstrated ability to assess issues, as they arise and adapt appropriately.
Can demonstrate an understanding of “know your audience” and ability to tailor information appropriately.
Have demonstrated the ability to anticipate, organize, plan and handle multiple priorities, while adapting to the needs of the company.
To be considered you are required to have 8+ years of relevant experience, which includes 4+ years working as a Medical Science Liaison within the Oncology/ Hematology field or a combination of experience working within Oncology/ Hematology (lymphoma and/or multiple myeloma is preferred). Knowledge of treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, pharma regulations/compliant practices, and OIG guidelines are required.
Residency in the assigned territory is required
Travel: Capable of engaging in frequent business travel (approximately 70% of time), including air travel, ability to travel overnight and occasionally on weekends.
Possesses and maintains a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
Working in matrix environment including cross-functional commercial partners, within a pharmaceutical corporate environment
Preferred experiences include:
Established relationships with KOLs in malignant hematology and knowledge of institutions focused on Hematologic Malignancies
Drug launch experience is strongly preferred
Does this sound like you? Apply now to take your first steps toward living the Regeneron Way! We have an inclusive and diverse culture that provides comprehensive benefits including health and wellness programs, fitness centers and equity awards, annual bonuses, and paid time off for eligible employees at all levels!
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