Senior Clinical Research Scientist, Immunology
Through the application of scientific and clinical training and expertise, the Clinical Research Scientist (CRS) is an integral member of the medical affairs, development or a business unit brand team for strategic planning in the support of launch and commercialization activities to meet patients' needs and ultimately enhance the customers' experience in interacting with the company. The definition of “customer” here includes patients, providers (HCPs) and payers. The CRS may also work closely with global Development teams, Therapeutic Area Program Phase, Early Phase / Clinical Pharmacology, and Translational Medicine teams in new product development activities over the entire spectrum of drug development and clinical trial phases. Specific activities include developing or contributing to the global and/or regional clinical/medical plan in his/her therapeutic area of responsibility, the development, conduct and reporting of local clinical trials; the implementation of global clinical trials conducted in local affiliates/countries; the reporting of adverse events as mandated by corporate patient safety; review process for protocols, study reports, publications and data dissemination for products; new and updated labels, documents and tools supporting product pricing, reimbursement, and access (PRA), grant submissions and contracts; contacts with regulatory and other governmental agencies; the outreach medical activities aimed at the external clinical customer community, including thought leaders; and various medical activities in support of demand realization. In addition, with input from the Director-Medical and Business Unit Team Physician/Regional Medical Leader, the CRS is responsible for assuring that his/her activities are clearly aligned with the strategic priorities of the respective Medical Affairs business unit brand team(s), global Development team, Therapeutic Area Program Phase, Early Phase / Clinical Pharmacology, and Translational Medicine team(s).
The Clinical Research Scientist serves as a scientific resource for study teams, departments, and others as needed. The CRS is aware of and ensures that all activities of the medical team (and direct reports, if applicable) are in compliance with current local and international regulations, laws, guidance (for example, FDA, ICH, and CPMP etc.), Good Clinical Practices (GCPs), company standards, Lilly policies and procedures, global quality standards, the Principles of Medical Research and activities are aligned with the medical vision.
The primary responsibility of the Business Unit- Medical Affairs CRS is to provide expert scientific and clinical support to all aspects of the local business, to ultimately enhance the customers' experience in interacting with the company. This includes local marketed product support (participate in the development of the “patient journey” and the strategic plan for the compound), medical support for regulatory affairs and interactions with government agencies (medical support for New and Supplemental New Drug Submissions and participating and presenting at meetings with government regulatory agencies), medical support for PRA (providing medical guidance on the PRA plan and interacting with government PRA agencies as needed), and leading in local scientific data dissemination (leading and presenting at conferences, advisory boards, etc., and overseeing the development of the scientific content of educational programs). These responsibilities are generally related to late-phase and marketed compounds, but can also include early phase trials (for example, phase I and II trials). The CRS is responsible for collaborating with the global teams in the planning, startup and conduct of phase 3b/4 studies (and phase I and II studies where applicable), as well as non-clinical trial solutions/activities that are conducted in affiliates/countries as described in the clinical plan. In addition, the CRS, if assigned by the Director-Medical and/or Business Unit Team Physician/Regional Medical Leader, is responsible for support of global Development studies conducted in affiliates/countries. The core job responsibilities may include those listed below as deemed appropriate by line management, as well as all other duties as assigned.
Business/ customer support (pre and post launch support)
Scientific Data Dissemination/Exchange
Clinical Research/Trial Execution and Support
Regulatory Support Activities
Scientific / Technical Expertise and continued development
At Lilly, we unite caring with discovery to make life better for people around the world. We are a global healthcare leader headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our 39,000 employees around the world work to discover and bring life-changing medicines to those who need them, improve the understanding and management of disease, and give back to our communities through philanthropy and volunteerism. We give our best effort to our work, and we put people first. We're looking for people who are determined to make life better for people around the world Basic Qualifications
- An advanced health/medical/scientific (for example, in Pharmacology, physiology, microbiology) or related graduate degree such as DVM, PharmD, PhD, MSN with advanced clinical specialty (Clinical Nurse Specialist/Nurse Practitioner)
- Have a BS or Masters degree in health/medical/scientific or related field and professional work experience that is directly related to at least one of the followingClinical trial experienceExperience in areas relevant to drug discoveryDrug/clinical development experience (for example, epidemiology, toxicology, pharmacology, regulatory affairs, medical affairs)
Clinical experience or pharmaceutical experience preferredImmunology experience preferredExperience with the design and implementation of clinical trials is preferred. Demonstrated ability to balance scientific priorities with business priorities with examples of successful leadership skills Demonstrated strong communication, interpersonal, teamwork, organizational and negotiation skills Demonstrated ability to influence others (both cross-functionally and within the function) in order to create a positive working environment.Ability to engage in domestic and international travel to the degree appropriate to support the business of the team.Fluent in English, verbal and written communication Additional Information
Primary internal interactions include, but not limited to:
Scientific and clinical experts, thought leaders
Lilly clinical investigators
Regulatory agency personnel
Professional association staff and leaders
Disease advocates and lay organizations focused on relevant health issues
Formulary representatives (private and government)
Lilly is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status