Assoc Director, Epidemiology (Respiratory Experience Essential)
SEC Recruitment
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
6d ago
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As an Associate Director, Epidemiology you will play a pivotal role in channelling our scientific capabilities to make a positive impact on changing patients' lives.

This is a high-level, strategic, and scientific role that involves developing, coordinating, and executing cutting-edge, effective, and efficient epidemiology strategy for drug and enablement projects at a global level.

Major activities (include but not limited to) : o Critical appraisal and synthesis of relevant epidemiological literature o Design, initiation, management, conduct, analysis, and reporting of epidemiological studies o Development of medical evidence plans

  • As Associate Director, Epidemiology, you will : o Be an effective negotiator o Provide innovative thinking regarding the design of clinical and epidemiological programmes, o Set standards for utilization of epidemiology o Provide methodological leadership and input to epidemiological strategies o Identify and validate external data sources for the oncology real world evidence data strategy.
  • Essential Requirements (include but not limited to) :

  • PhD. or equivalent in epidemiology or related health science field and a minimum of 5 years of experience in the health care environment.
  • Alternatively, an MSc or MPH with more than 10 years of experience in the health care environment

  • Experience in the pharmaceutical industry or in closely related academic epidemiological research
  • Experience managing complex medical evidence plans
  • Sustained productivity in epidemiological research
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