Director – Medical Affairs
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United States
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Medical, Clinical & Veterinary
  • Advanced healthcare degree, including PharmD, Ph.D., or MD, required
  • 5+ years of experience in the field of medical affairs
  • 2+ years of people management experience
  • Entrepreneurial spirit who enjoys both management and a hands-on, HCP-facing role
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and presentation skills (including networking)
  • Able to participate in a scientific dialogue with KOLs and researchers
  • Excellent teaching skills and ability to present and discuss scientific material clearly and concisely
  • Proven ability to create and sustain relationships with industry leaders
  • Skilled in clinical research and an understanding of the process of pharmaceutical product development and approval
  • Demonstrated ability to organize, prioritize, and work effectively with minimal supervision in a constantly changing environment
  • Lead Medical Affairs in ensuring market readiness and driving the importance of the role of Medical in answering key scientific questions related to BBP-418
  • Ensure high-quality and meaningful medical input for medical, scientific, and promotional documents, and in support of business development activities
  • Recruiting, training, developing, and managing a team of high-performing MSLs
  • Proactively seek and create relationships directly and through your team with key opinion leaders, prominent clinical investigators, and scientific advisory groups in LGMD2I and beyond, providing them with credible, fair, balanced, scientific information about product development, research activities, and therapy(s)
  • Be a significant source of balanced medical information for HCPs and will be skilled in issues management and addressing unsolicited questions about safety and potential off-label use of products based on available scientific data
  • Oversee medical and scientific communications, including ensuring strong publication plans of clinical and real-world data to contribute to the scientific literature and support the commercialization and access of our medicines
  • Liaise with key internal stakeholders to build a comprehensive action-oriented territory plan. This plan may be dynamic with respect to the molecule, molecule life-cycle, therapeutic area, and territory
  • Expected to become a therapeutic area and product expert. This will be evidenced by regular review of relevant literature and participation in scientific congresses and conferences, including therapeutic area training sessions, to establish and maintain an up-to-date knowledge base
  • Be instrumental in internal training and communication. Knowledge sharing, including KOL and site profiling, and education both internally and externally will be a crucial area of responsibility
  • Assist CMO in identifying potential investigators and research projects. This may include assistance with the investigator-sponsored trial process, sponsored study site identification, recruitment strategies, and collaboration with clinical operations
Desired Qualifications
  • Experience in the field of genetic diseases and/or oncology
  • Experience in building and leading a medical affairs team
  • Experience in scientific exchange and engagement with physicians and healthcare professionals
  • Experience in publication planning and scientific communications
  • Experience in clinical research and pharmaceutical product development
  • Experience in issues management and addressing unsolicited questions about safety and off-label use of products
  • Experience in building relationships with key opinion leaders and industry leaders