Bristol Myers Squibb Manager, Field Medical Science in CHENGDU, China
Lead the field medical team in China
Develop and Maintain direct contact with External Experts to gather insights and input on treatments, and gain a full understanding of patient needs and behaviours, as well as scientific activities within Oncology
Lead medical education program in the field, such as i-meeting, symposia, round table discussion, etc.
Support national medical activities, such as Ad Board, 3rd party congress participation, etc.
Promote medical information sharing and team working across DASs, MSMs and matrix colleagues.
Support DAS/MSM in developing strong networks with External Experts
Support site monitors on medical activities related to delivery of trial or survey
Responds appropriately to questions on products/brand/therapy area
Provide scientific support to Regulatory, Outcomes Research, Pharmacovigilance, and Market Access
Masters in Medicine or Above. Medical doctor (physician) with experience in a specific Disease Area or with a broad medical background is preferred
Minimum 3 years in clinical practice or pharmaceutical R&D, related specialty practice or medical affairs experience is a plus
Able to work within matrix organization and provide leadership
Designing and implementing clinical trials
Developing and delivering scientific presentations and publications in English and local language
Good scientific thinking, agility in learning and good communications skills
Disease Area knowledge, including key scientific publications
Understanding of product development process over different stages
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