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Ella Cooper


154-158 Shoreditch High Street


The position sits within Oncology Information Practice department, where as part of a diverse global team you will support the drug development process by providing scientific information (literature, data analytics, digital clinical visualizations) for clinical late stage drug development. The Oncology Information Practice department also delivers information and data supporting the Oncology drug projects portfolio decisions via strategic information initiatives , applying knowledge of external environment and trends for internal information needs.
What you’ll do
As an information expert you will deliver / lead the delivery of information to make drug development decisions, making you an authority on innovative use of information and data to help shape our trials and portfolio. You will use a variety of information sources such as scientific literature, competitive intelligence, internal and external clinical trial databases and techniques such as specialist information search and analysis, data visualization and benchmarking to extract and present key relevant information. You will be accountable for Information Practice delivery in one or more drug projects in Late stage Oncology by own contribution or leadership of other information practice staff.

Your accountabilities will include:

  • Support decision-making in clinical design, submission and interpretation by identifying, benchmarking, extracting and presenting back meaningful facts and data via internal and external competitor intelligence information sources
  • Use or understand techniques such as: text mining and data visualization extracting key relevant information enabling timely and objective clinical study design decision
  • Plan and work independently and take responsibility for specific deliveries within a drug project, and ensure high quality is built into deliverables

Essential for the role
To succeed in this opportunity, you will have a real passion for oncology, clinical data and information – in particular knowing what information you require, how to seek it out, and how to share it with the teams in an insightful way. You will be an excellent communicator, with a strong team focus who enjoys collaborating to achieve the best results.

In addition, you will also have:

  • Advanced degree in Life Science (PhD, PharmD, MD, but Masters’ degrees will also be considered)
  • Deep understanding of the pharmaceutical drug development process (Clinn Opps, Regulatory, Early Development, Competitive Intelligence/ Strategy, Medical/ Clinical Scientists, Medd Affairs)
  • Experience in defining and executing literature and database search strategies
  • Demonstrated leadership capability
  • Significant experience / proven track record in the application of information and knowledge management in a clinical or scientific setting
  • Good written and verbal communication skills including presentation skills and proficiency in communicating complex information to a diverse audience
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multitask, set priorities and follow a timeline
  • Great attention to detail

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