Manager, Medical Affairs
Oakland-Fremont-Pleasanton Metro Area, CA
Conduct literature reviews and write publication summaries to keep business stakeholders up to date on recent evidence.
Work with communication lead to curate medical content and evidence to support business activities.
Work with opinion leaders to schedule speaking engagements and provide feedback on areas of interest.
Contribute to the overall annual and ongoing medical planning including input on situational analysis.
Provides support of RMS scientific activities for product launches and post-marketing support through scientific material development.
Work with regional and local Medical & Scientific Affairs representatives
Support execution of global scientific advisory boards including content management
Attendance at key scientific congresses to provide scientific support as well as congress feedback for the IBT
Execution of scientific symposia and educational events at key internal meetings and international scientific congresses, including managing speakers
Responsible for providing scientific and clinical support for regions and affiliates
Review publications for scientific and medical content
Ensure marketing and sales collateral is accurate and supported by medical literature
Responsible for the implementation of global study support strategies and initiatives and facilitates open channels of communications across divisions to align these scientific strategies
Responsible for the execution, and reporting of non-registrational clinical trials
Contributes to managing the Scientific Affairs budget
Responsible for the RMD investigator-initiated study program
Establishes and supports the development of medical affairs processes which are aligned with the global medical activities across the division
Develops a broad network of Therapeutic Area Experts, Societies and Collaborative Groups
Demonstrates potential for technical proficiency, scientific creativity, collaboration with others and independent thought. Strong understanding of scientific principles and concepts. Applies advanced technical writing skills to produce reports and documents.
Formal Training/Education and Experience: Ph.D. degree in Science, or master s degree with 2+ years, or bachelor s with 4 years relevant experience. Experience in the realm of cervical cancer prevention is required (examples include public health nurses, nurse practioners focused in women s health, cytotechnologists, researchers who is focus has been on human papillomavirus). Exceptions for internal high potential and high performing employees not meeting minimum qualifications will be taken into consideration and must be approved through Human Resources.