Biogen Medical Lead (Sr. Medical Manager) Rare Diseases, Switzerland in Baar, Switzerland
For our office in Baar we´re recruiting for a
Medical Lead (Sr. Medical Manager) Rare Diseases, Switzerland (f/m/d)
Leads the strategy for the TA medical affairs, develops medical tactical plan in alignment with the regional medical strategy and brand plan, in close cross-functional collaboration, develops plans of pre-launch activities for potential upcoming rare diseases under research with Gene Therapies.
Provides expertise to HCPs and key stakeholders in the TA; Develops strong medical, scientific partnership with external key stakeholders. Acts as a trusted and credible medical scientific partner by engaging in scientific/ medical exchange with HCPs/ stakeholders as appropriate.
Represents local medical Affairs for the TA for internal and external key stakeholders, and close collaborates with regional and global medical team of the TA.
Leads the management of research projects like IITs, SRAs, phase IV studies, registries, ensuring proper documentation and managing oversight as appropriate.
Communicates clearly appropriate scientific information and data, answering accurately to unsolicited external medical inquiries, according to local laws, external and internal regulations.
Conducts/attends/presents at Advisory Boards initiated by the affiliate organization if there is a clear need for specific medical input.
Defines, organizes and implements medical education events and meetings on face-to-face or virtual base for different stakeholders.
Defines, organizes and implements medical projects, such as Patients support Programs, Early Access programs on need, to provide patients access to therapies, according to local laws, external and internal regulations.
Develops and prepares scientific documents for healthcare professionals in close cooperation with the brand team and with EU+
Develops and maintains up-to-date knowledge of the therapy areas by reviewing the literature, clearly communicate accurate scientific information on purpose to Key Medical Experts and key stakeholders, leading or participating in cross-functional interactions (e.g., scientific congresses, advisory boards, symposia)
Responsible for budget calculation and overview related to medical activities.
Reviews promotional and scientific materials for medical accuracy and compliance with applicable guidelines and regulations
Develops KME- and Stakeholder Engagement Plans in accordance with the overall strategic brand plans, in close collaboration with Medical Director and Leadership Team.
Provides local support for Drug Safety, Medical Information and Clinical Research/GCO as appropriate
Provides medical support on regulatory strategies for registration of new products or line extensions, to market access and marketing in product and pricing strategies.
Provides internal medical trainings on disease area and product to local affiliate functions, such as V&A, Marketing, Commercial (ABMs), Government Affairs and communication.
Represents local medical in the local brand team close collaborate with regional SMA medical team and upcoming Gene TAs of rare diseases team and develops strong partnership.
Master to Doctorate; Natural Science degree (advanced terminal), Degree preferred: MD, PhD, Master of Science/Biology/Biochemistry, PharmD) or equivalent combination of experience and education.
Min 5+ years of relevant work experience in the pharmaceutical industry (e.g., medical affairs, clinical research)
Relevant work and/or expertise in Neurology, particularly in SMA or rare diseases in Neuromuscular or ophthalmology is a plus
Fluent in German and English; French and Italian are a plus.
Ideally, medical/scientific experience in rare diseases (e.g., in Neurology, Ophthalmology)
Working knowledge of Regulatory Affairs, Value and Access, Drug Safety, Legal and Compliance environment.
Product launch experience is a plus.
People management experience is a plus.
Understanding of GCP
Understanding of health economics