Posted to MedZilla on 2/22/2020


Takeda Pharmaceuticals

US-MA, Global Medical Lead TTP and SCD (TAK755) SR0044327-MZ


 
 

Summary

The Global Medical Lead TTP and SCD (TAK755) will develop and execute the medical scientific development strategy, pre-launch planning and global medical launch planning for rADMATS13 (TAK755) in close collaboration with the GPT TAK755.

Accountability

  • Work with the GMTL and other GMLs to develop and execute multi-year global medical strategy alignment for the specified Product/Disease Area, appropriately aligned with overall strategy and incorporating R&D functional Strategies (clinical, regulatory, HEOR, PV, compliance)
  • Work with the GMTL on the development and in-year implementation of the medical plan globally and/or support in year plan definition and implementation by US GD TA team
  • Supports execution of specific medical projects per global medical strategy
  • Serve as Hematology Medical representative on standing and project-based cross-functional teams
  • As needed provide medical review to promotional and non-promotional materials
  • Act as a company representative interacting with external scientific leaders, patient advocacy groups and/or regulatory authorities
  • Establish appropriate strategic partnerships with center of excellence and KOLs in areas of scientific interest

Responsibilities

Support the development of global medical strategy and plans with alignment with Global Medical Team.

  • Work with GMTL and Global Franchise and Product Leads to develop global medical plans that include tactics to support key strategic imperatives for the disease area/band in both pre- and post-launch setting
  • As delegated by the GMTL, lead functional (e.g. publications, medical communications, medical information and medical training) plans supporting global medical strategy with alignment with Global where applicable
  • As delegated by the GMTL, collaborate with relevant business partners to ensure aligned and medically appropriate brand strategy, planning and execution
  • As delegated by the GMTL, participate in product development strategy and provide medical affairs and R&D inputs.

Implementation in-year global medical strategy

  • As delegated by the GMTL, directly implement plans and collaborate with Global Franchise and Product Leads, potentially including:
  • Development and implementation of medical pre- and post- launch plans for late-stage pipeline products or product label expansions
  • Providing medical leadership for scientific communications, including core scientific statements, standard responses, Phase IV plans and publications
  • Planning, designing and managing or participating in local, regional, national and global medical Advisory Boards including working with vendor(s) to ensure timely submission and approval in RnD select
  • Providing medical review of Investigator Initialed Research (KKR) proposals and other grans through the grant approval process
  • Managing the design and execution of clinical studies (phase IIb/IV, disease registries, HEOR studies, outcomes surveys, etc.)
  • Monitoring and communicating progress against medical plan; propose and implement initiatives as needed to adjust to disease area requirements
  • Conducting and ensuring timely medical review and approval of promotional and meeting materials as required per SOP
  • Serving as Hematology Medical respresentative on standing and project-based cross-functional teams Serving as Global Medical respresentative on standing and project based cross-functional teams.

Effective compliant collaborations with internal stakeholders (R&D, commercial, marketing, regulatory, legal, and compliance) and scientific exchanges with external stakeholders (KOLs and HCPs) in alignment with customer needs and medical strategy

  • Act as company medical respresentative to engage external scientific leaders, policy makers, patient advocacy groups and/or regulatory authorities
  • Per medical strategy, establish and/or enhance partnerships with key academic institutions and develop relationships with key academic institutions and develop relationships with key thought leaders
  • Per medical strategy, establish appropriate partnerships with KOLs in areas of scientific interest
  • Represent Medical Affairs in internal and external meetings and present data on product/disease area

Education and Experience

  • A Doctor Degree in Medicine, (MD), PhD or PharmD is required.
  • 8-10 years of related work experience in industry, clinical or research institution, preferably in Genetics, Metabolic or Hematology
  • Experience in Medical Affairs particularly Hematology is preferred
  • Experience in supporting brands or disease area levels in country regional or global organizations if preferred
  • Experience in other relevant disease areas of interest though clinical experience, bio-pharmaceutical experience or education may be considered.

Key Skills and Abilities

  • Demonstrated business acumen and operational skills
  • Ability to think strategically and tactically from a medical perspective about how to medically appropriately support the growth of the brand
  • Ability to work in a Global mindset environment, across diverse cultures
  • Ability to collaborate appropriately with Commercial functions
  • Ability to represent company s interest in scientific forums as needed
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to manage teams and drive initiatives
  • Results orientation and accountability
  • Good analytic skills as applied to medical, scientific and technical information

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