Sanofi Group Director LCM Global Medical Affairs Atopic Dermatitis- Cambridge/MA in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Global Medical Affairs Director, Dermatology
Sanofi is recruiting a new Global Leader in Medical Affairs to support post- regulatory authorization clinical trial program for dupilumab in the Global Immunology Franchise for the Atopic Dermatitis indication. Dupilumab has the potential to change the landscape of Atopic Dermatitis treatment and management and to be part of a paradigm shift. The new Leader will report directly to Sr Director Life Cycle Management Global Medical Affairs Dermatology, and will be responsible for medical affairs activities for phase IV studies and other Life Cycle management activities.
With guidance from the Sr Director, Global Medical Affairs, the new leader will be an integral part of building the global medical affairs strategy in line with the brand strategy supporting development and preparation for the post- launch of dupilumab for Atopic Dermatitis indication in partnership with Regeneron. The exceptional new hire will either have strong content area expertise in Clinical Trial design with a working knowledge and background in R&D or Medical Affairs. Expertise in dermatology or the immune-inflammation space is desirable
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Support and execute on the Global Medical Affairs strategy and Life cycle plan for Dupilumab indication for Atopic Dermatitis.
Design study synopses based on the LCM strategy.
Establish and maintain strong knowledge in Atopic Dermatitis and other related conditions to optimize clinical study protocols development and execution.
Establish and maintain strong relationships with experts in the Dermatology field, academics and professionals and/or patient associations.
Organize and Lead advisory boards or roundtables for clinical trials phase IV in Atopic Dermatitis and gain strategic insights for medical, scientific, and development strategy.
Ensure a patient-centric approach to development of clinical studies under her/his supervision.
Collaborate with the Alliance to execute the clinical studies under her/his responsibility in alignment with the Brand plan and Global Medical Affairs Plan.
Travel required, comprising approximately 20%.
MD or PhD required.
Minimum 4 years’ experience in industry R&D or Medical affairs
Prior experience in Clinical trials design, implementation and management
Suitable prior experience in a Global or at least Regional medical affairs role
Experience working within an international company with a complex organizational environment; able to operate in a matrix team oriented structure.
Regional, Global experience highly advantageous.
Experience in Medical Affairs with Biologics (Dermatology, Rheumatology, Gastro others..) highly advantageous.
Able to work on projects in coordination with a Partner company and establish excellent working relationships and credibility.
Scientific communication and presentation skills with the ability to present scientific data in a credible manner. Able to interface professionally with a wide spectrum of internal and external academicians, in the scientific/medical arena.
Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical/biotech clinical research .
Leadership skills; personal style that includes a sense of urgency, as well as flexibility and ability to respond to rapidly changing environments and circumstances.
Collaborative and proactive, with a hands-on, roll-up-the sleeves style and attitude.
Highest integrity; committed to ethics and scientific standards.
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