Medical Science Liaison Surgical Reconstruction

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Company :
Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Location :
San Francisco, California

Expiry Date :
Mon, 26 Apr 2021 23:59:59 GMT

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Integra LifeSciences, a world leader in medical technology, is dedicated to limiting uncertainty for surgeons, so they can concentrate on providing the best patient care. Integra offers innovative solutions in orthopedic extremity surgery, neurosurgery, reconstructive and general surgery, and regenerative wound care. Founded in 1989 Integra is headquartered in Plainsboro, New Jersey and has more than 4,000 employees worldwide. Integra’s common stock is listed on The NASDAQ Stock Market under the symbol IART.RESPONSIBILITIES Responsibilities Integra’s Medical Affairs team aims to differentiate Integra LifeSciences as a rigorous, scientifically focused regenerative medicine company. Our team creates advocacy by engaging in research and publication activities with KOLs that not only support Integra’s products, but advance the science of wound care, surgical reconstruction, and tissue regeneration. We are looking for creative and energetic MSLs to cover the Surgical Reconstruction therapeutic area for our evolving Medical Affairs team. This position is remote and can be based anywhere in the United States. ROLE SUMMARY The Medical Science Liaison will be responsible for providing credible medical leadership for Integra’s Surgical Reconstruction/Tissue Technologies portfolio. Working closely with cross-functional colleagues, he/she will be responsible for executing the US Medical Affairs business plan in the field to support Integra’s products and pipeline assets by enabling clinical evidence generation, product development, and product commercialization. The MSL will develop long-term relationships with a wide variety of key healthcare stakeholders and customers including healthcare professionals, payors and healthcare systems to demonstrate the clinical and economic value of Integra’s products. Additional KOL relationships are built with the goal of aligning corporate medical priorities with the specific needs of the customer to identify knowledge gaps in clinical/scientific data to enhance the quality of patient care. Roles & Responsibilities : Develop peer-to-peer partnerships with KOLs at large hospitals and academic institutions through evidence-based and non-promotional scientific exchange activities. Deliver scientific presentations and education relating to the therapeutic area, mechanism of action of products, and clinical evidence consistent with regulatory guidelines. Identify KOLs and academic institutions experienced in clinical trial methodology to assess potential sites for Integra-sponsored studies. Identify and partner with KOLs on opportunities for clinical/scientific evidence generation including case reports, case series, real-world data analysis, registries, and studies aligned with exploratory R & D activities. Engage KOLs in corporate medical activities, allowing KOLs to contribute customer insights into product development and in translation of medical information into insights to support clinical decision-making. Provide timely responses to Medical Inquiry Requests as appropriate. Serve as an internal subject matter expert for assigned therapeutic area in support of R & D, Professional Education, Marketing, and Training initiatives. Contribute medical/technical expertise to cross-functional teams in support of product development, regulatory submissions, and clinical development plans. Partner with Market Access & Reimbursement colleges to coordinate the market/payer/reimbursement data requirements. Provide support for payer-facing activities to public and commercial managed markets, including delivering clinical presentations, preparation of requested materials, and review with payer team colleagues. Participate in advisory boards, congress-related symposia & medical congress planning. Provide medical support for non-promotional educational events (e.g. stand-alone meetings, scientific symposia) and scientific congresses within legal and compliance regulations. Contribute to the development and review of unbranded disease state and branded product-specific educational materials (e.g., slide decks, publications, monographs). Stay abreast of professional information and technology through conferences, medical literature, and other available training to augment expertise in the therapeutic area and represent Integra at key external meetings. Participate in due diligence or other business development activity as requested. Leverage other key franchises when necessary (Wound Reconstruction/AWC). QUALIFICATIONS What are we looking for? Qualifications Doctoral degree (M.D., PharmD, or Ph.D.) in relevant medical or life sciences discipline Understanding of the Medical Affairs role; significant industry and/or research experience, including a minimum of 5 years post-doctoral experience in clinical and/or health services (preferably in the Medical device or pharmaceutical industry) Must possess extensive knowledge of clinical trial methodology, regulatory and compliance requirements governing clinical trials, and experience in development of clinical strategy and the design of study protocols Research and/or clinical background in breast reconstruction or general surgery a plus Basic knowledge of the Healthcare System and of the research procedures as well as ICH guidelines, GCP and other ethical guidelines relevant to the biomedical industry Knowledge of or familiarity with health care economics and its impact on medical decision making Familiarity with medical device regulations and compliant interactions with healthcare professionals Professional demeanor & excellent interpersonal skills when dealing with external customers /internal colleagues Ability to work effectively and respectfully in cross functional teams including Commercial, Professional Education, Marketing, Sales, Reimbursement & Market Access, Legal, Compliance, and Regulatory to drive strategic direction for Integra products. Must be able to travel 20-40% Strong personal integrity and customer focus Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills OUR PRODUCTS We are proud of our 25 year heritage as a leader in regenerative medicine. Today, our scientific innovation and diverse product portfolio continue to help patients and surgeons around the world. OUR CULTURE We have an entrepreneurial, small company feel, yet deliver big company results. Your ideas – big and small – are welcome here. We embrace change and reward our people who are committed to making Integra a stronger company. OUR VALUES We believe how we do things is as important as what we do. Our Values guide how we work and how we act towards our customers, patients and each other every day. 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