Thermo Fisher Scientific Medical Affairs Manager in Charlotte, North Carolina
Division Information: Specialty Diagnostics Group ( SDG ) The Specialty Diagnostics Group offers a wide range of diagnostic test kits, reagents, culture media, instruments and associated products in order to serve customers in healthcare, clinical, pharmaceutical, industrial, and food safety laboratories. Thermo Fisher's healthcare products are used to increase the speed and accuracy of diagnoses, which improves patient care in a more cost-efficient manner.
Remotely based in the US with easy proximity to a major airport
How will you make an impact?
In this position you will accelerate national adoption and integration of Thermo Fisher Scientific's BRAHMS biomarker assays through clinical studies and communication of clinical evidence via medical publications, scientific congresses and networking with clinical influencers. You will develop and maintain clinical collaborations and professional relationships with prominent healthcare providers and key decision makers as they relate to Thermo Fisher Scientific BRAHMS diagnostic products. You will stay abreast of current trends, engage with professional stakeholders, and collect scientific insights pertinent to the medical strategy and clinical research claims for our biomarker business and products.
What will you do?
Contribute to the BRAHM*S biomarker clinical strategy for the US
Conduct national and regional activities aiming to generate supporting evidence for the clinical validity and utility of BRAHM*S biomarkers
Provide expert knowledge and disease state insights to the design of clinical study protocols and/or review investigator-initiated study concepts
Provide clinical trial oversight supporting site selection and recruitment of prospective investigators for sponsored clinical trials and liaise with the study partners
Create study materials according to internal GPD/SOPs and applicable national/international regulations
Effectively partner with internal colleagues and external stakeholders in health economic and outcomes research evidence generation, including support for reimbursement and guidelines development and/or implementation
Systematically identify and map Advisors, Key Opinion Leaders or other influencers within the therapeutic areas of interest for BRAHM*S biomarkers and establish/monitor KPIs to ensure impactful interactions
Ensure that scientific evidence is implemented into the medical, economical and procedural argumentation of the company
Develop medical education content and ensure scientific validity of Marketing and Sales materials
Generate insights that inform the selection of the most appropriate clinical indications and use cases in cooperation with Marketing, Regulatory Affairs and other internal functions
How will you get here?
Be a self-starter with a passion for the advancement of patient care through clinical collaborations and scientific engagement.
Masters degree from an accredited college or university in Health Science field is required(RN, PA, NP, CS, PharmD, Rph)
PhD , MD or other terminal degree in a scientific field with relevant clinical/scientific industry experience desirable
3-5 years previous experience in the pharmaceutical, medical device, or diagnostics industry required and an active KOL network relevant to BRAHM*S biomarkers desirable (e.g. infectious disease, women's health or oncology)
Applicable clinical hospital experience required
Prior experience with clinical study management desirable (e.g. CRA)
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Comprehensive skills in establishing and maintaining relationships with a wide range of external thought leaders including physicians, pharmacists, and allied healthcare professionals.
Keen interest in driving clinical practice improvements through innovative clinical trials and evidence generation
Excellent problem solving and persuasion skills and the ability to create success by professionally presenting BRAHM*S biomarkers to both individuals and multidisciplinary groups.
Capability for high-level scientific, creative and strategic thinking, and an ability to present and maintain fair-balance during scientific discussions/presentations
Demonstrated understanding of factors driving market access and how clinical evidence can support access decisions
Ability to take initiative, be resourceful, and exercise astute clinical judgment to drive performance
A history of operating with a sense of urgency and a drive for results
Proactive communication across teams to assure alignment, collaborative relationships and action.
Proficiency in MS-Office and technically adept to other software packages as may be applicable for the position
A match for Thermo Fisher core values - Integrity, Intensity, Involvement and Innovation
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