US Neurology Medical Director-CNS Inflammatory Diseases
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In a matrix environment, the Medical Director for US Neurology Medical-CNS Inflammatory Diseases will perform a key role in the continuing clinical and commercial development of AUBAGIO and LEMTRADA in MS as well as important CNS Inflammatory Disease PIPELINE assets pertaining to MS (tolebrutinib, Anti-CD-40L AB and RIPK1) and support PIPELINE asset development in other neurologic diseases inclusive of Chronic Inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP), Myasthenia Gravis, Parkinson’s Disease and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Importantly, they will set the US strategy for the brand and for PIPELINE assets in the CNS Inflammatory Diseases in collaboration with cross functional colleagues. The US Neurology Medical Director--CNS Inflammatory Diseases will also execute activities related to investigator and expert (KOL/HCP) outreach, investigator sponsored trials, company sponsored non-registration trials, publication planning, grants, and sponsorships. As part of the execution of Sanofi Genzyme strategy, they will work closely with the leadership of Sanofi Genzyme's US and Global Medical, Clinical Research, Commercial and Product Management functions. This position is based in Cambridge MA and will report to the Senior Medical Director, CNS-Inflammatory Disease, US Neurology.
Support the US initiative for MS and other neurology thought leader relationship-building. The US Neurology Medical Director--CNS Inflammatory Diseases is responsible for cultivating current and future MS and other neurology experts in academic and clinical medicine across the US. Through these relationships, the US Neurology Medical Director-CNS Inflammatory Diseases will gain meaningful expert insights that influence priority areas of the Clinical Development and the product Life Cycle Planning teams in support of business, clinical, and scientific strategy.
Defines and develops KOL management plan, ensuring recommendations are acknowledged in our plans. Develops best knowledge of the CNS Inflammatory Diseases brand and PIPELINE assets with top regional and international KOLs to ensure accurate communication.
Support the US Neurology Medical effort to define and continually hone AUBAGIO and LEMTRADA brand strategy in compliant collaboration with US Marketing. The US Neurology Medical Director-CNS Inflammatory Diseases must harbor a deep understanding of the B/R profile of the drug as well as PIPELINE assets and utilize this knowledge to optimize brand and PIPELINE asset success in a highly competitive environment.
Work closely with Clinical, Pharmacovigilance, and Statistics to further differentiate the brand through meaningful post-hoc data analyses and B/R profile/target population refinement.
Supports communication strategy for data generated by the company in collaboration with the Global Neurology Medical Communications Director, internal contributors, and agencies.
Ensure that they and their team provide expert medical support, education, and guidance to US and Global Neurology Commercial Marketing, Sales, & Market Access teams. Support will include presentations, representative training, promotional materials review, and the rapid & reliable fulfillment of requests for Medical input.
Liaises with Global Neurology Medical Directors and the other US Neurology Medical Leads to substantiate alignment in shared endeavors across the Neurology Medical Organization. Establishes a strong network between all team members. Ensures internal knowledge on key projects by communicating on activities, Ad Boards, key results / project updates, and external meetings as close partner to top KOLs.
Works closely with agencies for all activities which are outsourced, together with Purchasing, Controlling, Legal, etc.; has responsibility for the financial management of the project including budget planning and preparation of monthly reports.
Defines and respects timelines and budgets.
MD, PhD, or PharmD required
At least 2 years of experience in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry in Medical with experience working with cross-functional in-house and field-based teams.
Expertise in Neuroimmunology, Multiple Sclerosis and/or Neurology preferred.
Experience in both clinical development and patient care preferred.
Excellent interpersonal expertise.
Exemplary presentation skills.
Collaborative and transparent leadership capabilities.
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