Disease Area Head, Solid Tumors, US Medical Oncology

Location
Princeton, New Jersey (US)
Salary
Competitive salary and benefits
Posted
May 15, 2018
Closes
Jul 09, 2018
Ref
R1506421
Education
MD, MD / PHD, PHD
Hours
Full Time

Disease Area Head, Solid Tumors, US Medical Oncology

Summary

The Disease Area Head (DAH), Solid Tumors, US Medical (USM) plays a critical leadership role in the development and execution of the BMS oncology strategy in solid tumors.  Leading a team of medical professionals across USM, this role is accountable for translating medical, customer & competitive insights into implications and plans for the brand and disease area.  In addition, this role requires a cross-matrix leader to drive forward and provide oversight across various tumor programs.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop a USM strategy in partnership with the Commercial and Development teams to deliver cohesive asset and brand strategies in solid tumors
  • Transform clinical and other data into medical knowledge for both internal and external stakeholders
  • Accountable for the alignment & delivery of the solid tumor book of work
  • Drive an integrated strategy and communication platform across multiple tumors, ensuring optimized and aligned thought leader interactions and seamless coordinated communications both internally and externally. 
  • Establish linkages across all major functions (e.g. Development, R&D, HEOR, Value Access & Pricing, Regulatory, Commercial, Public Affairs, etc.) and building alignment with cross-functional partners on key initiatives such as developing an optimal approach to data generation, communication and supporting access
  • Partner with Development, Research and Development Operations (RDO) and Commercial to manage the Non-Registrational Data Generation (NRDG) budget including investigator sponsored studies
  • Plan & execute scientific content development for congresses and advisory boards
  • Create a scientific and medical communication strategy, in partnership with Medical Publications and capabilities and Development
  • Develop & maintain relationships with key internal and external stakeholders, as well as thought leaders, advocacy and disease organizations
  • Adapt to a changing environment through contingency planning and appropriate resource allocation
  • Ensure compliance with medical, regulatory, legal and ethical standards
  • Participate on the US & USM Oncology Senior Leadership Teams

Requirements

  • Advanced scientific degree (MD, PhD, PharmD)
  • Clinical or industry experience in oncology is strongly preferred

 

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