Clinical Trial Lead, Biomarkers/Emerging Cancers
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The primary responsibility for the Clinical Trial Lead, Biomarkers/Emerging Cancers will be the responsibility for the day-to-day oversight of the Investigator Sponsored Research (ISR) Book of Work for Biomarkers/Emerging Cancers. In this role, he/she will be responsible for overseeing the conduct of Biomarkers/Emerging Cancers ISRs enterprise wide. Emerging tumors includes Breast Cancer, GYN Cancers, Sarcomas and other tumor types not covered by a dedicated team (pediatrics, safety studies, etc.).
- Overall responsibility for ongoing book of Biomarkers/Emerging Cancers ISR work, including non-clinical research studies. Responsibilities also include covering Lung Clinical Trial Lead when necessary given the large book of Lung work. Conduct regular book of work reviews with Key stakeholders, including Medical and Development, under their remit Interface with Market contacts (Field Medical and/or Medical) on the conduct of ongoing ISRs, as well as new and concepts/protocols in development. Partner with Analytics teams for acquiring metrics on ongoing studies and the development of visualization tools to analyze the performance of the ongoing book of work. Identify studies at risk for failing to meet timelines and negotiated mitigation plans with key internal stakeholders and investigators. Identify studies reading out and plan for data disclosure with medical capabilities and other internal stakeholders Assist in the reviews of concepts, as appropriate, including providing context for ongoing book of work, area of interest development, and upcoming data read-outs. Chair concept reviews, as delegated.
- PharmD, PhD or MD with at least 2 years of experience with Investigator Initiated Clinical Trial oversight; 5 or more years of relevant experience in the pharmaceutical industry Demonstrated track record of leadership in a complex, matrix environment. Experience delivering successful results in a variety of business situations. Excellent communication skills and experience with difficult discussions. Successful track record of leading through influence and working across complex, global organizational matrices. HQ based position with travel requirement of 25% dependent on the state of future congress attendance.
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