at Incyte Corporation in Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Incyte is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery, development, and commercialization of novel medicines to meet serious unmet medical needs in oncology and inflammation and autoimmunity. Incyte is committed to the rigorous pursuit of research and development excellence to improve the lives of patients, make a difference in health care, and build sustainable value.
The Company strives to discover and develop first-in-class and best-in-class medicines-advancing a diverse portfolio of large and small molecules.
Job Summary (Primary function):
The physician in this business-critical position contributes therapeutic area expertise to the strategy and execution of Medical Affairs activities supporting the company's new products/compounds in late-stage development in Hematology and Oncology. The role is currently focused in hematologic malignancies with the company's first approved compound, ruxolitinib, as well as multiple investigational compounds. This individual will actively contribute to all aspects of new product support and plays a critical role in supporting and maintaining professional relationships with key medical experts. They are responsible for design, conduct, and analysis of research including medical monitoring of Medical Affairs-led studies of new products, managing independent investigator-initiated trials (IIT) programs, and collaboration on select external translational research collaborations. This position reports directly to the Group Vice President, Head of US Medical Affairs.
Essential Functions of the Job (Key responsibilities):
Supports the planning and drives the execution of various Medical Affairs projects, with the following responsibilities:
Provides strategic input and day-to-day advice on Medical Affairs plans and contributes to cross-functional strategies from the scientific and medical affairs perspective.
Provides medical and scientific expertise to core business strategy and marketing plans.
Contributes to annual and long-term strategic and tactical planning and execution of Medical Affairs plans.
Assists the leader of therapeutic area / asset-based teams as a subject matter expert, empowering others while helping to ensure the execution of deliverables with the appropriate timeliness, quality, compliance, and use of resources.
Member of several internal cross-functional teams, providing scientific and clinical advice and input.
Participates in the review/approval process of promotional and educational materials (copy review via the Medical, Legal, Regulatory team), as well as materials and data communications used in medical and scientific exchange for as appropriate. Provides medical support for all appropriate initiatives relevant to future Market Access, including presentations to payer groups, pharmacy and therapeutics committees, and other similar external stakeholders, especially in a pre-launch setting, as appropriate.
Provides medical support for all appropriate initiatives relevant to Market Research & Analytics.
Provides medical support for all appropriate initiatives relevant to Sales Force Education on new products, especially in the pre-launch setting, as appropriate.
Drafts, reviews, presents and discusses scientific and medical content on new products across a broad range of internal communications and document streams including: Medical Information Service response letters and slide sets, medical science liaison training material, advisory board presentations, technical dossiers, internal monographs, etc.
Provides input in the design of health outcome (HEOR) studies, as well as company-sponsored clinical (phase I-IV) and translational (e.g., molecular pathology or molecular analysis or other correlatives) studies, and contributes to their timely completion and delivery of corresponding data.
Provides input to product labeling discussions, including label enhancements/updates.
Participates in the review and approval of investigator-initiated trials (IITs) and other external research grant requests.
Participates in the Independent/Continuous Medical Education (IME/CME) Grant review process as relevant to new products.
Establishes and maintains appropriate professional relationships with external key medical experts, researchers and academic institutions within each pertinent medical/scientific community with focus on new products including the following:
Plays a proactive and independent role in the initiation, nurturing and sustenance of interactions with external stakeholders on a long-term basis and in a... For full info follow application link.
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