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Senior Manager/Associate Director Medical Affairs

Senior Manager/Associate Director Medical Affairs

  • Remote
  • Full-Time
  • Senior Manager

Who We Are

Enzyvant is a commercial-stage biotechnology company on the leading edge of regenerative medicine for rare diseases. Our lead asset is FDA-approved RETHYMIC®, a tissue-based regenerative therapy for an ultra-rare and life-threatening pediatric immunodeficiency. It is an exciting time for the Enzyvant team as we deliver on our patient purpose and execute on our bold vision for growth.

Patients are the heart and soul of Enzyvant, inspiring deep meaning, passion, and purpose in our work. They are all the reasons for why, how, and what we do. At Enzyvant, we see a world where the promise of our breakthrough biotechnologies is fully realized to transform the lives of patients battling devastating rare diseases. To achieve this vision, we are pursuing new uses and geographies for our biotechnologies and providing extensive support to help families navigate the complexity of rare diseases with our Enzyvant Connect program.

 

The Enzyvant team includes some of the most innovative talent in the regenerative medicine sector today. We attract people in biotech who want to make their mark in regenerative medicine and deliver truly meaningful, life-changing solutions for patients. Our company culture values teamwork, innovation, empowerment, and integrity. Enzyvant has a small company feel with the reach and resources of our global parent company Sumitovant Biopharma Ltd. (wholly owned by Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co., Ltd.)

Description

The Senior Manager/Associate Director of Medical Affairs develops and maintains professional relationships with physicians and other health care providers to conduct external scientific information exchange, gain clinical and scientific insights, and help identify unmet medical needs. The Sr. Manager/Associate Director will conduct peer to peer conversations regarding clinical immunology and give presentations on congenital athymia, an ultra-rare indication, working across multiple specialist types in a complex care setting. The Sr. Manager/Associate Director will communicate to the internal medical team insights gained in the field that help Enzyvant meet the unmet medical needs of this ultra-rare disease community. This role will report to the Director of Medical Affairs.

Responsibilities

  • Identify, develop, and maintain professional relationships with expert clinical immunologists and other physicians/health care providers that treat or identify patients with congenital athymia
  • Profile and prioritizes stakeholders in line with the therapeutic area medical plan and looks for opportunities to collaborate and build a value-based partnership addressing the HCPs therapeutic goals
  • Engages with appropriate stakeholders to understand the state of healthcare policies and guidelines as they relate to clinical practices at a local, state, regional, federal, or national level
  • Communicate current and emerging medical and scientific information on Enzyvant’s clinical development programs and commercialized products
  • Critically and routinely evaluate and discern from the information gained from published studies, and stakeholder interactions to develop key insights that deepen our understanding of the market’s needs and opinions of external stakeholders and therefore contribute to enhancement of scientific messages, plans, strategy, systems, and product development
  • Collaborates routinely and effectively with internal stakeholders.
  • Provide internal training on congenital athymia disease state and label education
  • Maintain effective and appropriate communication among internal stakeholders while maintaining full compliance with relevant company, industry, legal and regulatory requirements
  • Generate, communicate and disseminate newly generated HEOR and clinical data to key external stakeholders, primarily U.S. healthcare payers
  • Supports evidence-generation activities by aiding in data acquisition and identifying opportunities for further data collection clinical or investigator-led
  • Organizes educational meetings or local scientific advisory boards when requested
  • Support research and development program(s) as requested by Enzyvant Clinical Development and Medical Affairs

Qualifications

  • Advanced scientific degree (MD, PharmD or PhD required)
  • Working knowledge of and experience in clinical immunology
  • Rare disease and HEOR experience preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a field-based medical affairs role
  • Ability to travel once COVID-19 related corporate travel bans are lifted (~25-40% depending on business needs)

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