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Study Physician/Indication Lead – Oncology

Company: Hydrogen Group
Location: England
Reference: JO-1701-900195
Closing Date: 16 Jan 17
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Negotiable
Benefits:

Job Summary:

Here at Hydrogen we are looking to speak with Study Physicians/Indication leads who will manage global or regional studies within the business unit of Oncology within a leading Bio-pharmaceutical company Combined with your strong clinical and specialty background in Oncology, you will be on hand to provide expert scientific input to teams under the direction of the Global Clinical Lead and will be responsible for overseeing development of the functional strategy. ...

Requirements:

Here at Hydrogen we are looking to speak with Study Physicians/Indication leads who will manage global or regional studies within the business unit of Oncology within a leading Bio-pharmaceutical company

Combined with your strong clinical and specialty background in Oncology, you will be on hand to provide expert scientific input to teams under the direction of the Global Clinical Lead and will be responsible for overseeing development of the functional strategy.

Main Duties & Responsibilities include:

* Provides expert knowledge influencing the study design such that it reflects clinical practice, evolving landscape, regulatory and reimbursement requirements and meets the strategic program objectives
* Defines strategies or leads response to complex technical issues for specific medical aspects in relation to current projects, new projects and various plans.
* Serve as a trial level physician and medical monitor for clinical studies.
* You will be responsible for protecting the integrity and conduct of clinical studies.
* Provide consultation to clinical operation colleagues on protocol design questions and answering protocol related questions from site investigators.

Essential Requirements:

* Graduate of a recognized school of medicine with an M.D. degree or equivalent.
* Board Certification or Eligibility in Oncology is required; specialty training and/or clinical experience and strong academic track record in oncology, Immuno-Oncology, Tumor Immunology, or Immunotherapy is preferred.
* Direct industry drug development experience preferably.
* Experience in designing, monitoring and implementing clinical trials and interpreting trial results, including an understanding of biostatistics and safety reporting.
* Ability to conduct a large study as part of a global team.
* Ability to function within a matrix environment; to contribute to decision-making and reaching alignment in order to meet challenging timelines.
* Ability to work collaboratively and to respect other working cultures, including academic partners.
* Ability to communicate effectively with internal stakeholders as well as external partners and collaborators; good presentation skills.
* Understanding of pharmaceutical industry R&D, particularly of major clinical milestones and of the factors which influence those decision points.
* Ability to work across projects and to foster interactions between teams.
* Interpersonal skills that influence and shape the image of the organization.
* Understanding of the interplay between clinical development, lifecycle management, commercial objectives and regulatory requirements.

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
30 Eastcheap London
EC3M 1HD
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Tel:  +44 (0) 207 002 0000

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