US-NJ, Associate Medical Director-Neuroscience 200168BR-MZ
Associate Medical Director-Neuroscience
Global Drug Development
Global Develop NPH
East Hanover, NJ
Research & Development
The Associate Medical Director (AMD) is responsible for the global scientific and medical strategy of assigned clinical trial protocol(s) (CTP) within a clinical program and may be responsible for the scientific and medical strategy of assigned sections of a clinical development program, depending on the size and complexity. The AMD contributes to and may lead the design, execution, and medical monitoring of CTP(s) and the reporting of quality data and study reporting/publishing in compliance with Novartis processes, GCP/ICH, and regulatory requirements for assigned protocol(s). The AMD may lead the Global Clinical Team (GCT), work closely with Clinical Trial Teams (CTTs), represent Clinical Development at the Global Program Team (GPT), and together with Drug Safety and Epidemiology (DS&E) owns the risk benefit assessment for assigned clinical trial(s).
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MD or equivalent medical degree required.
Advanced knowledge and clinical training in a medical/scientific area (e.g., internal medicine or sub-specialty) required, with Medical Board certification preferred
Demonstrated ability to manage clinical trials with multidisciplinary trial teams ( 1 year) in Academic or Industry setting
Working knowledge of the assigned therapeutic area is desired with the capability to interpret, discuss and present clinical trial or program level data
Demonstrated ability to effectively interpret and report clinical trial data
Demonstrated ability to establish strong scientific partnership with key stakeholders
Working knowledge of GCP, clinical trial design, statistics, and regulatory and clinical development processes
Strong communication skills, written and oral
Strong interpersonal skills
Strong negotiation and conflict resolution skills
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