Lead the medical affairs strategy for our rare disease portfolio, ensuring high-quality patient care, safety, and successful commercialization. Build relationships with KOLs, patient advocacy groups, and regulatory bodies. Oversee medical communications, clinical research, and pharmacovigilance activities. Collaborate with Regulatory Affairs and provide medical input for submissions.
- Medical Doctor (MD) with board certification in a relevant specialty. Advanced degree (PhD) preferred.
- 10+ years’ pharmaceutical industry experience, ideally with some rare diseases medical affairs experience.
- Strong understanding of global pharmaceutical regulations and compliance.
- Excellent communication, leadership, and strategic skills.