Medical Affairs Leader- Infectious Disease, Blood Screening
Employment Type: Full-Time
Support in the Infectious Diseases Subchapter through the Infectious Disease Network to support commercialization of donor screening products:
* Conduct literature reviews and write publication summaries to keep business stakeholders up to date on recent evidence and to support regulatory filings.
* Ensure marketing and sales collateral is accurate and supported by medical literature
* Work with opinion leaders to schedule speaking engagements and provide feedback on areas of interest
* Provides subject matter expertise to support product strategy, product development, and customer inquiries/complaints
* Develops abstracts and manuscripts for presentation of key scientific findings
Contribute to the International Business Team (IBT):
* Provide scientific support to affiliates for the design and analysis of product evaluations
* Contribute to the overall annual and ongoing medical planning including input on situational analysis and strategy.
* Provides support of RDS scientific activities for product launches and post-marketing support through scientific material development, speaking events and publications
* Work with regional and local Clinical Development/Medical Affairs (CDMA) representatives
* Plan and execute global scientific advisory boards including content management
* Attendance at key scientific congresses to provide scientific support, make scientific presentations, network with KOLs, and provide congress feedback for the IBT
* Plan and execute scientific symposia and educational events at key internal meetings and international scientific congresses, including managing speakers
* Provide scientific and clinical support for regions and affiliates
* Review publications for scientific and medical content and communicate to the IBT and affiliates
Responsible for managing non-registrational clinical trials:
* Responsible for the implementation of global study support strategies and initiatives and facilitates open channels of communications across customer areas to align these scientific strategies
* Responsible for the design, execution, analysis, and reporting of non-registrational Roche sponsored studies and management of investigator-initiated studies
* Contributes to managing the Medical Affairs budget
CDMA medical affairs strategies
* Establishes and supports the development of medical affairs processes which are aligned with the global medical activities across the division
* Establishes and maintains a broad network of Disease Area Experts, Societies and Collaborative Groups
* Works with global key opinion leaders consistent with CDMA strategies and initiatives.
Live Leadership Commitments and Culture of Accountability Beliefs in day-to-day interactions
* Minimum 3 years of experience relevant to donor screening for infectious diseases required.
* Experience in blood bank industry or transfusion medicine preferred.
* Experience with designing clinical studies or validations preferred
* Medical technologist/Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS), MD, PhD and/or experience as director or supervisor of donor screening laboratory preferred.
* Ability to build and foster global relationships. Experience in interfacing with physicians and clinicians on an international basis preferred.
* Excellent organizational skills are essential
Roche is an equal opportunity employer and strictly prohibits unlawful discrimination based upon an individual's race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin/ancestry, age, mental/physical disability, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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