At Genmab, we’re committed to building extra[not]ordinary futures together, by developing antibody products and pioneering, knock-your-socks-off therapies that change the lives of patients and the future of cancer treatment and serious diseases. From our people who are caring, candid, and impact-driven to our business, which is innovative and rooted in science, we believe that being proudly unique, determined to be our best, and authentic is essential to fulfilling our purpose.
The Associate Director, US Medical Affairs Strategy, Hematology will provide scientific/medical support for Genmab compounds in various stages of clinical development. This individual will be an integral part of the team involved in the execution and implementation of the Medical Affairs strategy and will represent US Medical Affairs in relevant cross-functional teams, and collaboration with the affiliates and alliance partnerships, with close oversight by the Sr Director, US Medical Affairs Strategy Lead (US Medical Affairs Strategy Lead). She/he will provide scientific/medical and operational input into core medical affairs activities such as internal and external educational initiatives (medical education, data, guidelines, and value proposition), patient safety (risk minimization activities and materials), medical affairs data generation (post-marketing studies, Investigator Sponsored Trial (IST) program and collaborative research management). She/he will also work closely with commercial teams to support medical, marketing, and market access activities (medical/promotional material generation and review and product launches), as well as closely collaborate with clinical development/operation on Medical Affairs support of priority trials.
- Support the execution of the US medical affairs strategy and tactics for Genmab assets
- In close collaboration with Field Medical Affairs, contribute to the development of a disease area Engagement Plan, including engagement plans for congresses and professional meetings
- Provide leadership and support for Medical Affairs cross-functional working groups
- Represent US Medical Affairs at key cross functional forums as needed to provide disease area expertise and update on medical affairs activities
- Represent company at professional meetings, congresses, and local symposia
- High quality scientific/clinical input and review of: Disease Strategy/plans, Commercial Brand plans and Integrated Evidence and Data Generation plans as well as execution, abstracts, posters, slides, manuscripts in disease area, educational materials in disease area including slides, webcasts, etc., IST protocols in disease area, steering committee and advisory board meeting objectives and materials, booth panels, Med info letters, and promotional materials
- Contribute to scientific review and interpretation of key competitive data presentation and provide key implications to Genmab products to cross functional teams
- Assist and collaborate with Medical Affairs colleagues to track priority Medical Affairs tactics and performance to goals/budget within US and Global Disease Strategy plans
- Perform, as needed, research and analytics and provide recommendations to support quality medical decisions regarding operations of clinical research, consultancy, and internal planning.
- Assist with developing publication strategy, gap analyses, content creation, and key scientific statements in partnership with Scientific and Medical Communications
- Contribute and assist in delivering relevant training and materials for the broader Medical Affairs teams
- Assist in the planning and execution of Early Access Program, Medical Affairs Sponsored Trials, and registries (as needed), within appropriate standards for compliance, quality, timeliness, and budget
- Advanced degree (MS, MPH, PhD, PharmD, MD) in medicine, molecular biology, genomics, cancer biology or other relevant life sciences area preferred.
- Relevant experience in medical affairs, health outcomes, clinical, and or translational research in hematology or oncology preferably with 3+ years of academic/industry experience.
- Works with some supervision and guidance. Exercises judgment within well-defined practices and policies.
- Knowledge of clinical trial methodology, and conduct of registries, early access programs and IST programs in hematology/oncology preferred.
- Excellent analytical skills and solid experience in translating medical/clinical information into medical affairs strategies.
- Proficiency in scientific and clinical data review and interpretation.
- Matrix collaboration experience of cross-functional teams.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Knowledge/application of data sources, reports and tools for the creation of high-quality deliverables.
- Experience with mining databases and other bioinformatics skills will be a strong plus.
- Flexibility in terms of working hours and ability to travel globally
For US based candidates, the proposed salary band for this position is as follows:
The actual salary offer will carefully consider a wide range of factors, including your skills, qualifications, experience, and location. Also, certain positions are eligible for additional forms of compensation, such as bonuses.
- You are passionate about our purpose and genuinely care about our mission to transform the lives of patients through innovative cancer treatment
- You bring rigor and excellence to all that you do. You are a fierce believer in our rooted-in-science approach to problem-solving
- You are a generous collaborator who can work in teams with diverse backgrounds
- You are determined to do and be your best and take pride in enabling the best work of others on the team
- You are not afraid to grapple with the unknown and be innovative
- You have experience working in a fast-growing, dynamic company (or a strong desire to)
- You work hard and are not afraid to have a little fun while you do so