Pfizer Director, Lead Study Clinician Oncology, nMD in New York, New York

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The Therapeutic Area (TA) Clinician - Oncology is accountable for the medical &; scientific

integrity of the study and the well-being of the patients. This role serves as the protocol owner

and applies technical and clinical excellence to ensure the design of cost-efficient clinical trials

to meet the needs of internal and external customers.

S/he is responsible for effective medical/scientific oversight of studies (in partnership with MD

Clinicians, Clinical Scientists and Clinical Operations team members) and supports appropriate interpretation and communication of clinical trial data (including high quality regulatory submissions and product defense activities). The TA Clinician safeguards compliance with internal and external standards, proactively mitigates risk and manages emerging clinical issues.

The TA Clinician also supports the Global Clinical Lead in the Clinical Development strategy

and supports the organization of expert panels and advisory board meetings to provide input into clinical plans, study design or data analysis. The TA Clinician will also be the primary contact with external investigators &; the internal study team for questions relating to clinical/medical aspects of the protocol.

• Develops study outline and/or key protocol elements and proactively ensures efficient protocols

that minimize the likelihood of amendments

• At the asset level, assists the Global Clinical Lead in the Clinical Development strategy and

supports technical review of licensing opportunities

• Accountable for establishing Data Monitoring Committees (DMCs) and endpoint adjudication

committees, including chartering, contracts, provision of relevant data and documentation of

outcomes

• Reviews and approves CRFs and ICDs, and is accountable for the selection and implementation

of PROs

• Reviews and approves Risk Management, Safety Review and Data Review Plans

• Reviews and approves country selection, develops site selection criteria, and ensures protocol

specific training

• Approves investigator meeting plans

• Ensures the integrity of clinical &; scientific aspects during clinical study execution, analysis

and reporting.

• Consistent with Safety Review Plan, performs and documents regular review of individual

subject safety data and cumulative safety data with the safety risk lead (as delegated by the Study

Clinical Lead or the Global Clinical Lead)

  • For all studies, clinical safety review should be performed in consultation with a designated

medically-qualified Medical Monitor

• Identifies quality issues and discuss with Pfizer clinical/operations study team members so

corrective actions may be instituted.

  • Escalate protocol-related issues requiring medical expertise to medically-qualified medical

monitor

  • Escalate operational issues to the appropriate operations study team member (Clinical Project

Manager, Study Manager)

• Responsible for clinical and scientific validity of study report, especially conclusions regarding

efficacy and safety

• Responsible for disclosure of appropriate safety and efficacy data and conclusions and

contributes to primary publication of clinical trial results

• Reviews and manages protocol deviation and approves protocol amendments

• Ensures that clinical documents are updated and current in accordance with protocol changes or

issues arising in the study

• Assist responsible colleagues with the development of the IB, key safety documents, responses

to regulatory queries and audit/inspection findings, CTAs, and submission documents by

providing relevant clinical support.

• Required: BA/BS or equivalent qualification

• Ph.D., D.V.M., M.S., and/or PharmD. or equivalent qualifications. Postgraduate

training/certification /fellowship in a medical discipline or in drug development. Demonstrated

scientific productivity (e.g. doctoral thesis, publications, research reports, etc.).

Experience

• Practical experience in clinical trial strategies, methods and processes

• Track record of design, oversight and interpretation of clinical studies in oncology

• Previous leadership / management experience or training

• Proven track record of proactive management of regulatory issues related to protocols and

programs, including experience of interactions with regulatory authorities

• Knowledge and experience in Good Clinical Practices

• Thorough understanding of local / international regulations applicable to clinical trials (pre and

post approval)

Capabilities/Skills

• Proven ability to get results in a matrixed management environment.

• Demonstrated potential or ability to design, initiate and conduct clinical studies in industry,

academic, or research clinic setting

• Proven scientific writing skills, with strong inter-personal, written/verbal communication skills,

including ability to evaluate, interpret and present complex data

• Ability to review and understand the emerging safety and efficacy profile of the drug candidate;

part of this skill is putting the profile in perspective with comparator agents

• Collaborative problem solving

• Creativity and/or ability to put innovative approaches into practice in clinical development

• Ability to discuss investigator performance issues, coach and/or mentor clinical investigative

site staff to achieve operational and recruitment goals and quality standards

• Ability to place innovative approaches into action that focus on trial execution and site

performance

NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS:

Business related travel, about 5%.

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All over the world, Pfizer colleagues work together to positively impact health for everyone, everywhere. Our colleagues have the opportunity to grow and develop a career that offers both individual and company success; be part of an ownership culture that values diversity and where all colleagues are energized and engaged; and the ability to impact the health and lives of millions of people. Pfizer, a global leader in the bio-pharmaceutical industry, is continuously seeking top talent who are inspired by our purpose to innovate to bring therapies to patients that significantly improve their lives.

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