Senior Medical Director / Medical Director - Oncology

Covance Philadelphia , PA 19107

Posted 2 months ago

Job Overview:

Reporting to the Executive Medical Director, the primary role of the Senior Medical Director / Medical Director will be to serve as a physician providing medical delivery services and subject matter and drug development expertise. He/She will be expected to be a key contributor to the medical strategy and execution of clinical programs. Furthermore, the Senior Medical Director / Medical Director will play a key role in people leadership/management, client relations, and business development representing Labcorp Drug Development in proposals and industry meetings as needed. This is a remote home-based role with travel (US and Global) as needed.

Responsibilities to include;

Client Relationship & Business Development Activities

  • Develop new and enhance existing client relationships where possible

  • Provides leadership and presents medical/scientific capabilities to clients as a participant of a proposal team

  • Leverage known and builds new relationships with investigators/sites to performs site/ investigator feasibility and to support optimal recruiting and conduct of trials

  • Able to present or serve on panels to represent the company at conferences and scientific meetings.

Therapeutic and Scientific Expertise

  • Responsible for medical and safety monitoring on assigned projects

  • Develops training modules and materials, and provides training in disease states and protocol specific requirements

  • Participates in training opportunities to advance knowledge of drug development and good clinical practice guidelines

  • Serve as global lead project physician and provides clinical and medical expertise

  • May serve as a program level physician across multiple studies for a given company

  • Provides subject matter and drug development expertise to be a key contributor to the medical strategy and execution of the program for the client

  • Performs medical data review and/or oversight of central medical data review- laboratory values, adverse events, coding dictionaries and data tables, listings and figures as needed, holistic and aggregated data review

  • Develops, reviews and revises protocols, case report forms, training materials, project specific tools, analysis plans design, clinical trial reports and new drug applications

  • Prepares materials for investigator meetings

  • Actively participates in investigator meetings

  • Provides medical/scientific expertise to project teams and to other Labcorp Drug Development departments

  • Interacts with inter-departmental and external consultants as appropriate

  • Participates in feasibility discussions relating to specific project proposals

  • Participates in project risk assessment activities

  • Assists when needed with data safety monitoring board activities

  • Contributes to the scientific strategic leadership for the Oncology programs

Education/Qualifications:

  • Doctor of Medicine
  • BE/BC in Oncology and/or Hematology preferred

Experience:

  • Experience with medical monitoring of Oncology clinical trials

  • Previous experience within the CRO or Pharmaceutical/Biotech industry

  • History of trial work with focus in head / neck squamous cell carcinomas a plus, but not required

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