Director, WW Medical Oncology Safety and Pediatrics
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This role will have accountability as the WW Medical Lead on Safety and Pediatrics across Oncology portfolio, reporting to the Sr. Director Product Innovation and Pan-Tumor. The Medical Lead will participate in the cross- functional matrix teams to provide scientific and medical support on behalf of WW Medical Oncology as well as develop and execute WW Medical Pan-tumor and Oncology franchise-wide strategic deliverables (Medical Plan, Integrated Evidence Plan, Scientific Narrative, Communication Plans, Publications, and Oncology Strategy Narrative).
The Medical Lead will work closely with Worldwide Patient Safety, the Pediatric Center of Excellence, Scientific Communications and Engagement, Oncology Clinical Development, Regulatory Affairs, Digital Health, Medical colleagues, Field Medical, HEOR, Commercial, Access, and market-level Safety and Pediatric teams, ensuring alignment and consistency across the franchise.
The Medical Lead will be responsible for internal and external education and communication including action plans for external publications, market events, insight gathering/advisory boards, emerging data, and product/indication launch support.
The Medical Lead will develop and execute the Global Medical Strategy, providing medical insight into tumor- and market-specific strategic plans, and direction into portfolio Scientific Communication Platforms, working closely with Worldwide Medical Tumor/Asset Leads, Scientific Communications and Engagement and Global Field Medical to ensure delivery of key knowledge to the internal and external stakeholders.
The Medical Lead will work cross-functionally to identify evidence gaps to address unmet needs, develop comprehensive Integrated Evidence Plans for portfolio medicines (in conjunction with the asset teams, markets,
Digital Health, and HEOR) and inform PIPs/PSPs (in collaboration with Pediatrics Clinical and Regulatory Affairs) to define and support global execution of Pediatric and Safety Evidence Generation.
The Medical Lead will drive and collaborate on Oncology Pan-tumor projects including developing and pressure-testing strategies and content with Oncology franchise-wide impact.
Qualifications & Experience
Life sciences and/or healthcare professional training with an advanced degree is required (MD, Pharm. D, PhD) with 3 - 5 years' of post-graduate professional experience. Prior industry experience in Oncology Medical Affairs/Medical Strategy, Clinical Research or related experience is preferred.
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