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The Senior Medical Director will provide medical/scientific, strategic, and operational expertise into the planning and execution of medical affairs activities, with a key focus on Phase IV study planning and execution. This position reports into the Head of the Medical Directors in Medical Affairs.
Here's an overview of the tasks and responsibilities:
Plan and execute the Phase IV study program in collaboration with Clinical Operations to address data needs in specific indication of Acadia’s products
Provide medical expertise and editorial support in the data dissemination from clinical and non-interventional studies at conferences and in medical journals
Participate in review of Investigator Initiated Trials, provide support to the HEOR team for non-interventional studies
Provide expert opinion on pathophysiology, diagnosis, existing and emerging treatment options and unmet medical needs to inform key medical and business decisions.
Establish appropriate strategic partnerships with centers of excellence, advocacy groups and KOLs in areas of scientific interest.
Participate in, support, and develop key global clinical and medical affairs strategies in conjunction with commercial counterparts. Provide ongoing and interactive technical and medical expertise to execute on these strategies.
Provide medical support within the company, including developing and delivering training curriculum and content.
Plan and develop content for advisory board meetings with opinion leaders and medical symposia.
Participate in review of promotional and medical materials to ensure content is medically appropriate and compliant with internal and external requirements.
Serve as Medical representative on standing and project-based cross-functional teams
Interested? Here’s what we need from you:
The Senior Medical Director, Medical Affairs will have a M.D., D.O., or equivalent degree with work experience in the area of neurology or psychiatry and a minimum 10 years of progressive experience in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry, including hands-on experience in the execution of Phase IV clinical trials. Experience in an academic setting is preferred.
Bonus points for:
Extensive experience developing strategic Phase IV plans.
ACADIA is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veterans/Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity