Are you a pharmaceutical physician executive with the ability to develop a competitive, long term strategic vision for a cancer epigenetics portfolio? If you seek to join a company committed to focus on Oncology R & D, then this VP position at GSK may be ideal for you to explore.
GSK Oncology is in an exciting and expanding transformation in response to a significant increase in GSK's early and late stage medicine development volume in Oncology. This transformation has resulted in a rapidly expanding portfolio of clinical development assets requiring both strong scientific and clinical development expertise and leadership skills for influencing internal and external stakeholders. In that regard, GSK seeks four (4) new Vice Presidents to support each of Cancer Epigenetics, Cell Therapy, Immuno-Oncology and Oncology Genetic Medicine. These positions report to the SVP - Oncology Clinical Development.
GSK Oncology R&D is focused on building industry-leading portfolios in three cutting-edge areas of science:
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The VP-Development -Cancer Epigenetics will be accountable for all aspects related to the development of the clinical assets in the Cancer Epigenetics portfolio. The VP-Development Cancer Epigenetics will be responsible for managing physicians and clinical scientist assigned to the clinical development team(s). As a key responsibility, the VP-Development will supervise the design and implementation of the clinical development strategy and plan for the Cancer Epigenetics portfolio, including the strategic positioning of individual assets, the effective allocation of development resources, and the timely and successful execution of clinical trials.
This role of VP-Development requires an experienced, cross-matrix senior leader capable of implementing and executing an integrated clinical strategy in support of the successful clinical development, regulatory filing and initial market launch of a growing portfolio of innovative and transformational Cancer Epigenetics agents
Responsible for the end-to-end clinical development of the Cancer Epigenetics portfolio from First Time In Human (FTIH) clinical trials through Proof-of-Concept (POC) studies, and pivotal trials to regulatory approval and initial market launch
Responsible for providing medical guidance for pre-clinical research activities from drug candidate Selection through to POC.
Responsible for building and maintenance of effective business partnerships within GSK Oncology R &D and with external partners and collaborators.
To lead intra- and inter-departmental teams, matrix-manage a cross-functional teams
Problem Solving & Innovation
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