Bristol Myers Squibb
Date: Aug 15, 2013
Doctor of Clinical Research Oncology / Hematology (Job Number: 1301717) Description
Bristol-Myers Squibb is a global biopharmaceutical company whose mission is to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases. With sixty compounds in development including six finals, Bristol-Myers Squibb now has one of the most promising portfolios in the pharmaceutical industry.
- 27, 000 employees
- 2010 sales of $ 19.5 billion,
Bristol-Myers Squibb France (first group subsidiary outside the United States, 2, 800 employees, 9th laboratory in France).
In addition to its headquarters in Rueil-Malmaison, the company has two production units in Agen (Lot-et-Garonne) and three distribution platforms based in Agen and Fontenay-sous-Bois (Val-de-Marne) .
Aware of its corporate social responsibilities, Bristol-Myers Squibb deployed in France, and particularly in Agen, a program of environmental actions. Respect for cultural, ethnic and social part of the fundamental principles of Bristol-Myers Squibb. For us, pluralism within a company, is a factor in its performance, competitiveness and creativity.
In the medical department, the mission of the Medical Oncology Clinical Research is:
Ø To be the medical expert on the pathology / products (oncology) at the local level
Ø To provide a quality scientific information to health professionals and key institutions.
Ø Make available doctors and health authorities strong clinical and scientific information on our medicines in oncology
Ø Identify at an early stage the possibilities of participation of the country in clinical development programs (Phase I-III), draw a quick mapping of centers of excellence, treatment trends and recruitment potential in the untapped therapeutic area yet.
Ø Define the product strategy, as well as medical actions to be implemented to allow their development and proper use (Phases IV / SRI and RWD)
Ø scientific referent, he brings his expertise to other departments especially the Market Access, marketing, sales and regulatory affairs.
Ø Working in cross-product and medical projects for which he is responsible, it is directly linked with many people both internally and externally.
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