MEDICAL SCIENCE LIAISON (NORTH Argos Therapeutics
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Serves as a regional scientific liaison to the medical and scientific community. The medical science liaison is responsible for establishing, developing and maintaining relationships with thought leaders, investigators and research sites to address company, department and core study objectives.
? Develop, manage and leverage relationships with thought leaders of strategic importance in assigned region and beyond for assigned products and trials.
? Identify, engage, and develop thought leaders, investigators and key research center personnel to enhance and accelerate clinical site participation, activation and enrollment.
? Serve as a liaison between company personnel (eg., clinical operations, manufacturing, leadership) and clinical trial sites to support the timely and efficient completion of company and investigator sponsored studies, as well as to readily address internal/external challenges as they occur throughout the study lifecycle.
? Facilitate marketplace awareness and understanding of past and evolving data for assigned Argos products, ongoing and planned trials, as well as the Arcelis technology platform.
? Attend assigned medical conferences and investigator meetings (eg., SUO, AUA section meetings, ASCO GU, ASCO annual meetings, KCA symposia) to enhance awareness and provide updates to investigator and thought leader community relative to ongoing trials and evolving data for assigned products.
? Facilitate investigator initiated study execution from LOI through publication as assigned.
? Advanced degree (MD, PhD, PharmD) preferred or applicable scientific / healthcare background and training (eg. BS/MS in scientific discipline and/or RPh, PA, NP, RN degree) with commensurate experience required.
? Minimum of 3-5 years oncology experience in or supporting the pharmaceutical industry with a good working knowledge of oncology.
? Established thought leader, investigator, and research site relationships Knowledge of treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, GCPs and OIG guidelines required.
? Independent, self-starting individual with a demonstrated ability to thrive in smaller, biotech environments is required.
? Must be able to prioritize and work effectively in a constantly changing environment.
? Must be a strong team player who can effectively communicate and interface with key internal and external constituents (eg., Clinical operations, CRO, Manufacturing, R&D, Commercial, Site staff).
? Excellent interpersonal communication and presentation skills are required.
? Strong working knowledge and ability to effectively utilize MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) and evolving technology to effectively communicate with key customers.
? The preferred candidate will reside in North Central, South Central or Western US.
? The position will require approximately 60-80% travel within the assigned region.
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