Sanofi Group Global Project Head - Immuno-Oncology in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Playing a role among a group of physicians and scientists across the entire Oncology portfolio of compounds.
Leading a segment of the Clinical Program (resource allocation, clinical plan, and timelines).
Work with research and other experts to develop robust first in man and proof of concept clinical plans.
Integrating and interpreting clinical data across studies, and contributing significantly to the formulation of recommendations for response to evolving clinical, regulatory, commercial data across functions.
Providing recognized scientific leadership in Oncology.
Offering technical leadership in Oncology to other functions as well as Global Marketing Pharmacovigilance and the Clinical Research Unit.
Creating and communicating a vision for a Clinical Program that generates excitement and commitment for the Immunoncology program, the unique compound assigned to and its life cycle management.
Designing, implementing, and interpreting creative clinical trials whose outcomes define usage of the drug and create opportunities for a commercially successful product.
Building a reputation that drives innovators to bring their ideas to Sanofi
Assist in making a clear case of the potential rewards and inherent risks and major go/no go points for each compound.
Seeing beyond Oncology to see synergies in other therapeutic areas and/or offer insights.
Developing and implementing worldwide clinical research and development programs for therapeutic area including the strategic focus and logistics.
Creating strategies to guide the development of a compound from discovery to development to regulatory agencies to business launch and life cycle management.
Interfacing with Global Marketing and the commercial organizations to maximize life cycle opportunities for products within her/his assigned area.
Oncology fellowship or 5+ years’ experience in Oncology.
4+ years Industry experience.
Experience with immune-oncology therapies.
Expertise in medicine, oncology and pharmaceutical medicine.
Be a recognized clinical expert (with scientific /medical recognition) who has demonstrated ability to interact productively with and attract top external investigators.
Prior significant responsibility for creating and driving a clinical plan.
Demonstrated leadership of a team of clinical scientists and administrative staff in accomplishment of a timely & effective clinical plan.
Demonstrated ability to drive project milestones and work with a global product team with key functional groups.
Prior contribution to the successful development of compounds through phases of clinical research on a global basis.
Prior contribution to the shaping of strategic direction for drug(s) within a therapeutic area.
Demonstrated effectiveness in meeting applicable regulatory, quality and compliance standards.
This position is based in Cambridge, MA.
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