Tarrytown, New York
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
The Associate Director will be responsible for leading pharmacoepidemiologic projects and activities supporting marketed and/ or development compounds, in accordance with global regulations and Regeneron SOPs and working practices. We want you to act as in-house resource on pharmacoepidemiology to other departments. We expect you to be knowledgeable in the latest epidemiologic methods and resources and be responsive within cross functional teams and to guide decision making where needed.
In this role, a typical day might include the following:
Under supervision of the Pharmacoepidemiology TA lead:
You will generate real-world evidence (RWE) in support of the regulatory queries and submissions. Design and conduct required regulatory epidemiologic studies such as PASS/PMR, PAES, REMS, DUS, and other post-marketing commitments.
Contribute to other activities as an SME including but not limited to: (Development) Risk Management Plans; Benefit-Risk analyses; post-approval safety studies; signal management; responses to regulatory agency queries; regulatory filings, safety surveillance and others.
Work closely with Safety Leads, Regulatory Affairs, and other interested parties. You will provide timely epidemiological and risk management support to project and product teams. This includes:
Represent Pharmacoepidemiology on cross-functional teams. This includes Safety Monitoring Teams, Clinical Development Teams (including with external partners), Regeneron Safety Oversight Committee, and Independent Data Monitoring Committees.
Participate in process improvement activities within Global Patient Safety as needed.
This role might be for you if:
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