• Medical Science Liaison - Southwest

    Job Locations US-Remote
    Job ID
    2018-1382
    Category
    Clinical & Medical Affairs
    Shift
    Union City - Manufacturing Operations Associates
  • Overview

    Dendreon is seeking a dedicated Medical Science Liaison to join its Medical Affairs team. This person will have the opportunity to work with the only approved immune-oncology therapy for prostate cancer. Successful candidates will master clinical information on sipuleucel-T and speak to the immunologic basis for its therapeutic effect. This individual will serve as a resource to healthcare professionals caring for prostate cancer patients, facilitate the successful implementation of clinical trials, and provide field perspective to Dendreon.

    Responsibilities

    • Establishes and maintains relationships with health care professionals:
    • Scientific exchange with local thought leaders and community-based practicing healthcare professionals.
    • Builds relationships with key urologists and oncologists.
    • Participates and represents Dendreon at various scientific/cooperative group meetings.
    • Participates at various Advisory Boards.
    • Participates in the conduct of clinical trials:
    • Responds to requests from physicians interested in investigator-sponsored trials.
    • Works with investigators and/or Dendreon study coordinators to maximize enrollment in Dendreon-sponsored clinical trials.
    • Participates in the education of healthcare professionals and Dendreon employees:
    • Participates in the provision of medical information at scientific meetings at medical affairs booths.
    • Participates in the education of healthcare professionals in the appropriate use of our product.
    • Serves as a resource in the education of sales, marketing and professional services employees.
    • Participates in the identification and publication of scientific materials:
    • Monitors and reviews literature regarding competitors’ products and relevant new literature.

    Qualifications

    • Advanced degree (PharmD, MD, PhD, MSN) or equivalent.
    • 3 years related experience in FDA regulated industry preferred
    • 2 years clinical experience with preference for oncology, urology, or immunology.
    • Proficient in MS Office applications.
    • Must reside within the designated territory for the posted position
    • Travel will be required and will involve a minimum of 50%.

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