Medical Director - Oncology Clinical Development - niraparib
(new indications) Waltham, Massachusetts; Stevenage, United
Kingdom; Collegeville, Pennsylvania
Medical and Clinical
Job description Site Name: UK - Hertfordshire - Stevenage, USA -
Pennsylvania - Upper Providence, USA - Massachusetts - Waltham
Posted Date: Jun 30 2020
Does it excite you and have you committed your career next step
to be in the forefront of maximizing patient survival through
transformational oncology medicines ? If so, this Medical Director
position is an excellent opportunity to explore. GSK Oncology
R&D is focused on building industry-leading portfolios in four
cutting-edge areas of science:
• Immuno-Oncology : using the human immune system to treat
• Cell/Gene Therapy : engineering human T-cells to target
• Cancer Epigenetics : modulating the gene-regulatory
system of the epigenome to exert anti-cancer effects
• Synthetic Lethality : targeting two mechanisms at the
same time which together, but not alone, have substantial effects
The Medical Director as a study physician will be responsible
for clinical research activities pertaining to advancing the
development of GSK’s clinical portfolio and will also have
responsibility for engaging in medical dialogues with relevant
scientific and medical leaders in order to lead clinical data
generation activities. This individual will also have a leading
role in managing effective relationships with Key Opinion
Collaborate with physicians, scientists, regulatory
professionals, biostatisticians, regulatory, executive staff and
others as necessary to develop and execute clinical trials from
beginning to end. Contribute to ongoing or planned interventional
clinical trials (phase 1-3)
Assume medical responsibility for clinical trials including
active participation in real-time medical monitoring of studies,
including patient eligibility assessment, study design questions
and safety data review.
In collaboration with clinical teams, drive clinical trial
execution to achieve timely completion and to ensure scientific
integrity of clinical studies.
Conduct safety monitoring in collaboration with CRO
pharmacovigilance group of active clinical studies.
Analysis, interpretation and presentation of clinical study
Participate in authoring of regulatory documents and Collaborate
with colleagues in Regulatory Affairs, CMC, Toxicology, Research,
Pharmacology to respond to health authority and ethics committee
Participate in clinical study report writing and review, using
medical expertise to identify ways to best analyze and present
Collaborate with Principal Investigators in generation of
publications (abstracts, posters, manuscripts) associated with
Network extensively to develop long-term strategic partnerships
with thought leaders both internally and externally, in support of
Represent GSK at medical meetings, advisory boards and outreach
meetings as needed/appropriate.
For additional information, please visit:
GSK's Oncology Transformation: https://bit.ly/2zTytwmon
Why you? Basic Qualifications: MD (or equivalent) with board
certification or board qualifications in medical oncology. US State
License to practice medicine is desirable
At least 3 years of clinical development experience within the
pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry with focus and strong
track record of experience with leading oncology clinical trials.
Alternatively, academic professional experience with significant
clinical research activity or robust medical affairs background in
Oncology will be considered.
Strong working knowledge of the clinical drug development
process. Track record in the conduct/participation in clinical
trials (investigator initiated, company sponsored or cooperative
group trials) and their subsequent publications.
Successful academic research publication history or history of
medical practice in a relevant field.
Solid personal and professional relationships with key opinion
leaders (KOLs) in medical oncology. Strong credibility within the
US medical community which includes the ability to reach out to key
thought leaders in academia.
Preferred Qualifications: Board certification/eligibility, and
clinical experience in oncology or hematology/oncology
A strong professional track record and clinical research
experience in colon-rectal, Breast or brain cancer.
Why GSK? Our values and expectations are at the heart of
everything we do and form an important part of our culture.
These include Patient focus, Transparency, Respect, Integrity
along with Courage, Accountability, Development, and Teamwork. As
GSK focuses on our values and expectations and a culture of
innovation, performance, and trust, the successful candidate will
demonstrate the following capabilities:
Agile and distributed decision-making – using evidence and
applying judgement to balance pace, rigour and risk, governance and
control, managing ambiguity and paradox.
Managing individual performance.
Creating a performance culture and driving results,
prioritisation, execution, delivering performance.
Setting strategic direction and leading on-going organisational
Building a resilient organisation. Building strong relationships
and collaboration in service of common goals, engaging the
organisation and building trusted external networks for mutual
Managing P&L and capital allocation.
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Medical Director - Oncology Clinical Development - niraparib
(new indications) Full-Time, Waltham, Massachusetts, United States
Medical Director - Oncology Clinical Development - niraparib (new
indications) Full-Time, Waltham, Massachusetts, United States Are
you looking for an exciting and rewarding career in Oncology? Our
Oncology unit is growing and is driven by its own collaborative
team of research, development and commercially facing roles united
in a single goal – to play a part in helping patients with
We are looking for exceptional talent to join our teams in
Boston, Philadelphia and San Francisco.