Oncology Medical Affairs
The regional director of medical affairs (RDMA) is responsible for the scientific strategy of the product, provides medical and scientific expertise to maximize medical communications.
The RDMA identifies medical needs and data gaps to develop and support product data generation plans
The RDMA is the Scientific expert and Key person to manage the complete products life cycle management by proactively involving all required stakeholders (Science Hub)
The RDMA serves as a Key person to develop and execution of Country Medical Affairs Plan (CMAP).
Identify Medical Needs and Data Gaps and lead the preparation and implementation of the medical strategy (including launch strategy) in alignment with all stakeholders (Marketing, Global Medical Affairs, Development, OSA) documented in the country medical affairs plans (CMAP).
Communicate with the global functions in regards of the product lifecycle management and global alignment of the medical strategy
SP Management through SL/ML interaction
Develop and Manage the scientific platform and SL/ML Engagement List in collaboration with MSL and SMI.
Build and maintain relationships with important Scientific Leaders (Local and Global) through scientific interactions (Scientific Platform discussion) and peer-to-peer communication.
Plan & Execute Medical Input Seeking by GHH-sponsored interaction with SL/ML (Medical Advisory Boards, Expert Input Forums, 1-on-1 visits etc.)
Support Data Generation
Support data generation strategy to maximize the scientific value of products in line with the local medical and business strategy.
Support LDGs from scientific and strategic viewpoint in collaboration with OSD/OSAD, as well as execute non-intervention post-marketing studies as the responsible person in collaboration with working-level colleagues as needed.
Internal Expert & Collaboration
Educate and inspire medical affairs staff to have the highest scientific standards
Give proactive scientific and medical direction to SMI and MSL: lead the Medical Affairs product related scientific activities
Support Sales force training and field visit upon request from Oncology Business Unit (Train Trainers).
Act as a bridge between clinical development and commercial teams: lead the cross-functional medical activities.
Review external documents on their clinical/scientific adequacy as well as on the ethical compliance to deliver a balanced message based on scientific evidence