Medical Director, EMEA - RWE - CAR-T

Medical Director, EMEA - RWE - CAR-T

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    London, England

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    Medical Affairs

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    Oliver Gould

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    about 2 years ago

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Medical Affairs Director, EMEA - Evidence Generation - CAR-T

Pharma-Partners is working with a pharmaceutical client making headway in the pioneering space of CAR-T. As they go through a growth phase, we're supporting our client with the recruitment of a Medical Director (would consider Associate Medical Director level too) to support activities across the EMEA region.

The Medical Director will play a key role in the EMEA Medical Affairs team with a core focus on driving Evidence Generation activities on an international scale. Providing medical expertise to the business the Medical Director will design and operate a Real-World Data strategy for key assets including traditional Phase IIIb/IV studies as well as current and future methodologies.

The Medical Director will be required to travel internationally on a regular basis which includes attendance at all major conferences.

Key responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement Real-World Data strategy
  • Design Annual Evidence Generation Plan
  • Take a strategic overview of evidence generation for portfolio to identify gaps
  • Manage process of assessing external study proposals
  • Stay up to date with trends across EMEA region
  • Effectively liaise with key internal and external stakeholders on projects as required
  • Work with Medical Affairs team for EMEA to identify data gaps and evidence generation opportunities
  • Communicate with global colleagues to align overall strategy

Candidate Requirements:

  • Medical Doctor, Pharmacist or higher qualification in Life Sciences required
  • Therapeutic expertise in Haematology, Oncology, Haemato-Oncology, or Immunology is essential
  • Demonstrable experience leading Real-World Data projects on an international scale
  • Understanding of current and evolving methodologies for Real-World Data
  • Experience in co-ordinating Phase IIIb/IV studies
  • Medical Affairs experience required, ideally at an EU, EMEA or Global level
  • Final Medical Signatory status is desirable but not essential
  • Proven leadership experience in a matrix environment
  • Effective communicator and relationship management
  • Able to travel internationally (minimum expectation of 40%)

Salary & Remuneration:

  • Competitive basic annual salary plus a benefits package to include car allowance, bonus, and long-term incentives

To apply for this position please use the "Apply" option or feel free to send your CV directly to the Pharma-Partners team via email info@pharma-partners.co.uk