Bristol Myers Squibb Associate Director, NRDG Orencia/Nulojix in Princeton, New Jersey
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The Orencia/Nulojix Full Development Teams are seeking an innovative and highly motivated scientist to join our world-class teams. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing clinical-practice enhancing data generation strategies for the Innovative Medicines clinical programs with a particular focus on late-stage assets. The candidate will also be responsible for understanding the external research environment, partnering with other functions, and interpretation and communication of results to the development teams and other matrix partners. The ideal scientist should have a strong background in immunology and/or clinical practice and the application of these in clinical development. An understanding of related disciplines and therapeutic areas is desirable.
Develop and execute the Orencia/Nulojix data generation strategy and plans that are aligned with full development team priorities
Work with the Orencia/Nulojix Development, Medical, HEOR and Commercial team to design and implement strategically aligned, efficient post-hoc analyses to further the understanding of the clinical program
Maintain an external focus and build relationships with scientific thought leaders, physicians, and patient advocacy groups outside of BMS
Interact with a diverse group of global subject matter experts within BMS to review and make decisions regarding data generation proposals.
Partner with key global markets to execute country-specific data generation plans
Work with NRDG lead, team members and governance bodies to translate the FDT strategy into action plans.
Data review of ongoing studies
Ensure efficient execution of data generation book of work, track financial aspects of data mining activities, and manage timelines for disclosure, ensuring alignment with NRDG lead, GBS and Project Management
Work with the relevant external thought leaders to guide post-hoc analysis of clinical trials and registries
MD, PhD or equivalent advanced degree required, preferably with a deep understanding of rheumatology and/or immunology
Work experience and expertise in designing and executing post-hoc analysis of clinical trials and registries.
A strong background in basic science, clinical trial development, and/or epidemiology preferred.
Bristol-Myers Squibb is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.