Develops a global network of consultative relationship with KOLs to advise and participate in market development (with particular focus around our IVD and oncology translational efforts) and companion diagnostic commercialization activities.
The Senior Medical Director would responsible for serving as the primary liaison between administration and medical staff. IN addition, a placed candidate will assure the ongoing development and implementation of policies and procedures to guide and support the medical staff
Participate in group initiatives in relation to document standards, continuing template development, cross-functional processes and other aspects of document management (in collaboration with the publishing group).
Contribute to the strategic planning, authoring, and review of medical and commercial support documents and initiatives including manuscripts, abstracts, posters, FAQs, standard response letters and promotional material.
Responsibilities include: Plant Operations, Bio-Medical Services, Environmental Services, Food and Nutrition, Grounds, Security/PBX, Safety, Construction and Hazardous Material/Waste Management. No Patient Health Information access required.
The Senior Director, Medical Affairs Transcatheter Mitral and Tricuspid Therapies (TMTT), will be responsible for the development of clinical trial strategy and design, and medical affairs strategy in alignment with the TMTT business strategy.
Work closely on collaborative projects amongst medical affairs and other department for planning and execution of medical affairs studies, conference planning, advisory boards, publication planning, field force training, and review of standard response letters, HEOR analysis, and marketing initiatives.
Collaborate with Senior Clinical Leadership to develop and implement required reporting, and analytics including measurements of outcomes necessary for efficient management of clinical services, and to support, guide and influence related decision making related to clinical programs, initiatives and strategy.