Sanofi Group Medical Science Liaison, Hematologic Oncology, Midwest in St. Louis, Missouri

The Miss ion of Sanofi’s MSL Team and the Medical Science Liaison / Sr. Medical Science Liaison is to be the trusted scientific partners in the field for external experts and decision-makers; engaging in mutual scientific exchanges to accelerate data dissemination . Sanofi’s Medical Field base teams enhance the understanding of the scientific and medical value of our products in the therapeutic area and gather new insights by bringing cutting edge scientific exchange today that accelerates medical innovation tomorrow

The Medical Science Liaison / Senior Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is a field-facing role whose main objectives are to:

Be the trusted scientific partner to key external experts by conducting timely, appropriate and frequent scientific exchanges to enhance the understanding of the scientific and medical value of our products

Develop robust stakeholder engagement plans to gather data, develop and share medical insights that contribute to enhancement of Sanofi’s key medical messages, plans and future research

Exhibit a high degree of scientific and clinical knowledge in the therapeutic field of Hematologic Oncology to help identify and critically assess research opportunities and to play a supportive role in the execution of evidence generation plans to enhance the value of our products in a real-world setting

Effortlessly and consistently identify insights that deepen our understanding of the needs of patients, consumers, regulators, payers, and healthcare providers and proactively identifies unmet needs

Maintain effective and appropriate communication and collaboration among internal stakeholders (Medical Affairs colleagues, Medical Information and Commercial Operations) while maintaining full compliance with relevant company, industry, legal and regulatory requirements

Demonstrate operational understanding and risk management by ensuring excellence in execution within the boundaries of all governance processes

Must have relevant field-based experience

Key accountabilities

Engages external stakeholders on medical and scientific information exchange for the Hematologic Oncology therapeutic area during one-on-one interactions and group settings, exhibiting excellent scientific and clinical knowledge

Applies broad and deep knowledge of relevant diseases and disease management protocols, healthcare environment and competitors to articulate the medical and scientific value of our products

Establishes robust, long-term peer relationships with thought leaders and other stakeholder partners

Leads high-level stakeholder engagement discussions on medical, clinical, epidemiologic, and scientific topics with Healthcare Practitioners to advance their understanding of the disease by sharing information and answering questions based on approved material within corporate, industry and regulatory guidelines

Engages with appropriate stakeholders to understand the impact of healthcare

policies and guidelines as they relate to clinical practices at a local, state, regional,

federal, or national level.

Uses systems to strategically maps, identify, profile, and prioritizes stakeholder in line with the therapeutic area (TA) Medical plan and creates a collaboration pathway to address the HCPs therapeutic goals

Independently utilizes the Scientific Engagement Model to plan and create territory

and individual stakeholder (KOL, payers, HCP etc..) medical strategy and

engagement plans consistent with country, regional and global medical function

priorities and routinely evaluates the effectiveness of plan

Effectively utilizes the Scientific Engagement Model in leading the planning and

strategically organizing local/regional scientific congresses, symposia attendance,

gathers observations and insights and ensures follow up of outstanding action items

Organizes educational meetings or local scientific advisory boards

Provides effective clinical presentations to internal and external audiences and tailors presentations to meet specific needs of the audience.

Support speakers training to ensure continued scientific support in the field

Responds to unsolicited request for medical information associated with supported products and disease state areas.

Gathers data and generates insights from stakeholder interactions and provides

feedback to the organization

Independently recognizes and elaborates on potential issues or topics of interest to the company, including but not limited to competitor activity, during stakeholder

interactions

Communicates key clinical and research issues and insights from industry leaders to appropriate departments to help shape company research, development, and

strategies for investigational and commercialized products to inform and enable the medical strategy

Records/reports insights and information appropriately, using available mechanisms and tools

Strategically evaluates published studies and discerns, from the information and

opinions gained from stakeholder interactions, key insights that deepen our

understanding of the therapeutic area unmet needs and enhancement of Sanofi’s

scientific messages, strategic plans, systems, and product development.

Proactively uses available tools and databases (MedMeme/Doctor

Evidence/MedLine/Trial Trove etc.) to search and assess emerging evidence in

disease area to enable and enhance scientific discussions with key stakeholders

Proactively identifies unmet needs that could be addressed through novel indications, combinations or formulations, etc. and communicates these to internal stakeholder appropriately

Collaborates routinely and effectively with internal stakeholders

Partners with internal stakeholders , Commercial Operations, Business Development, Regulatory, etc. to facilitate internal distribution of key external insights diligence reviews, medical and safety evaluation, product positioning, lifecycle evidence planning, and compliance needs when requested

Distributes and trains on relevant scientific and medical information to internal

stakeholders

Contributes to the creation of material for internal and external stakeholders following internal Sanofi policies, and Federal and National Policies as applicable

Provides training to, or advises internal stakeholders and other MSL Team members, acting as a role model for MSL behaviours

Takes scientific data and translates it into clinical discussion points that support

business objectives and medical brand strategy

Supports evidence-generation activities by aiding in data acquisition and identifying opportunities for further data collection clinical or investigator-led

Maintains a high level of understanding on disease epidemiology and treatment

pathways and provides support, including protocol development, when needed, on various types of studies: long-term surveillance, compliance, pharmacovigilance, and effectiveness studies

Maintains awareness of clinical investigator activities throughout territory and offers suggestions on appropriate clinical trials sites when appropriate

Identifies data collection opportunities and recognizes opportunities to gather Real World Evidence within the territory and informs internal stakeholders using appropriate channels.

Responds to unsolicited requests regarding interest in investigator sponsored studies (ISS), and supports ISS submissions through appropriate internal processes.

Context of the Job/Major challenges

MSL’s / Senior MSLs

Must operate independently and navigate complex regulatory environments in person and via digital channels from remote (non-office based) environment

Substantial travel: nationally - over 60%

Effectively mediate KOL's complex and controversial opinions vs; corporate policy decisions ensuring KOL relationships/medical strategy are not negatively impacted

Ensures regulatory boundaries re non-promotional activities are respected vis-à-vis commercial partners

Scope of Role / Outputs

Manage a base of stakeholders; developing and maintaining stakeholder engagement tracking database

Plan day-to-day interactions, including discussion points in accordance with Medical Affairs strategy, establishing a frequency of interactions per stakeholder per year to ensure that objectives are met

Accountability for territory with reporting mainly to MSL Manager of the individual region, but cross-geographical communication and best-practice-sharing with other MSLs is encouraged

Designs and executes a KOL territory strategy that is targeted to address diverse stakeholder needs (payers, patients, KOLs, HCP etc.) and is aligned with company objectives

Uses scientific data during KOL interactions to advance the understanding of the Hematologic Oncology therapeutic area

Expected to model core company values routinely and to mentor new to role colleagues

Over 60% travel

Requirements / Qualifications

Advanced degree (MD, PhD, Pharm D,) preferred, or other Relevant Life Sciences Degree (DNP, MSN, PA) with Healthcare Specialty required

Experience

Clinical experience in the Hematologic Oncology therapeutic areas of Blood and Marrow Transplant and/or multiple myeloma and leukemia

More than 2 years of experience in medical affairs or relevant field based experience

Experience in local, regional, and/or global medical function roles

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE

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Demonstrable high level of strategic thinking related to Stakeholder mapping

Proven abilities in Scientific/Medical engagement, stakeholder plan development and the ability to gather and translate scientific data into appropriate insights and clinical discussion points which support the medical strategy

Demonstrates effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), steps forward to handle challenges within scope of authority and its able to transmit this knowledge to other members of the team

Deep understanding and knowledge of local regulations and codes of practice for pharmaceutical industry, in particular as they apply to the non-promotional activities of this role .

Ability to readily acquire scientific and clinical understanding of the therapeutic area, medical practices, clinical cases, and disease management best practices

Strong technical expertise in the areas of product knowledge, product development, and clinical development.

High degree of knowledge of relevant healthcare systems, the evolving medical landscape, regulatory and payer environment, public health and industry trends

Proficiency in planning for and engaging with the HCP environment using digital tools

Working knowledge of English (as a second language)

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