INTEGRATIVE SCIENTIST(Job Number: 1203065)
The Integrative Scientist is a member of the Integrative Science Team (IST), which plays a critical role in the commercialization of BMS oncology therapeutics. The Integrative Scientist supports alignment of all Medical strategies and tactics with the Medical Strategy Teams (MST) and the Full Development Teams (FDT) that report into USMO. The Integrative Scientist maintains a strategic view of team work with an emphasis on integrated insights from medical practice, life sciences, epidemiologic, economics and health services perspectives. The Integrative Scientist demonstrates forward thinking by understanding emerging trends, by anticipating future obstacles, risks and business opportunities and by proactively creating strategies, tactics and contingency plans. The Integrative Scientist is the USMO integrative content expert in medical practice, -omic (genomic, proteomic, metabolomic) analysis, and epidemiology and health economics. The Integrative Scientist will apply clinico-molecular decision support programs, both for research purposes and in interactions with collaborators and partners. In this capacity, the Integrative Scientist will use their understanding of –omic analysis and treatment pathways to support the selection of personalized medicine options. Finally, the Integrative Scientist is a key contributor to aligning access strategies across R&D and commercial to ensure customer recognition of value and success of the pipeline.
M.D. degree, with Board Certification or eligibility in Internal Medicine or Ph.D. in Cancer Biology or Molecular Genetics is required. Board Certification in Hematology/Oncology (‘hemoncology’), molecular pathology or clinical molecular genetics with at least 5 years of experience practicing medicine is highly desired. Experience in the treatment of patients with lung cancer, melanoma, multiple myeloma and/or genitourinary tumors (prostate cancer and renal cell carcinoma) and/or with an emphasis in immune-related hemoncology, molecular pathology, clinical molecular genetics and immune-based therapeutic approaches is highly desired. Additional advanced degree in the life sciences (Ph.D.), epidemiology (MPH), economics (MBA) and/or health services is highly desired. Experience conducting hemoncology-related clinical, translational research and/or population-based, observational, longitudinal, health services or health economics-related research outside the pharmaceutical industry is highly desired. Experience with health plan drug utilization decision-making (e.g. Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Guideline Panels) is highly desired. Pharmaceutical industry experience with exposure to Medical Affairs and in the field of hemoncology is highly desired. Highly professional with excellent relationship-building and communication skills, including the ability to articulate complex scientific principles and findings with simplicity and clarity and to negotiate with internal and external constituencies to achieve desired results and outcomes. A willingness to travel extensively.
Job Function: Medical Affairs
Primary Location: NA-US-NJ-Plainsboro
: R&D - Global Development Medical Affairs (GDMA)
Bristol-Myers Squibb - 22 months ago
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