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Do you have expertise in, and passion for clinical drug development? Are you looking to work at the cutting-edge, where scientific innovations and an entrepreneurial spirit are the norm? This the place to build a meaningful career as we push the boundaries of science to deliver life-changing medicines!
The Vaccines and Immune Therapies (V&I) unit has been created to optimize AstraZeneca’s portfolio of vaccines and antibodies for infectious diseases. The creation of V&I reflects AstraZeneca’s strong commitment to develop and implement scientific advancements, while positively impacting the lives of people and patients worldwide.
We are now looking for a passionate and motivated physician to join our Biopharmaceuticals Research & Development, Late-stage Development team at our vibrant R&D site in Gothenburg, Sweden.
What you’ll do
In this role you will be given the opportunity to work on one or more of our current or new vaccine or monoclonal antibody programs for infectious diseases (e.g. COVID-19, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), Influenza), in a truly international working environment, with opportunities to interact with key specialists, other medical colleagues and specialists in basic science, as well as commercial and regulatory functions.
Our Vaccines & Immune Therapies therapy area aligned project teams of physicians and scientists provide clinical guidance and scientific leadership for clinical development programs within AstraZeneca’s global organization.
Dependent on the stage of the study, you will work with the clinical project team and support the Global Clinical Head (GCH) and Global Clinical Program Lead (GCPL) with the study design & results interpretation process, establishing clear design objectives for clinical programs and studies. You will also provide medical and scientific expertise as well as tactical and strategic medical input to the development of AstraZeneca’s compounds; primarily from Phase IIb to Phase IV. You will work closely with colleagues in other internal functions including Patient Safety, Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Operations. You will have medical oversight to ensure the safety of study participants including review of Adverse Events of Special Interest and Serious Adverse Events and review of safety narrative reports. You will provide expert medical input into the preparation of regulatory documents and interactions with regulatory authorities.
The role will require you to build strong relationships with a network of external scientific specialists and opinion leaders. You will participate in the preparation of publications and presentations at scientific meetings and congresses.
- Fully qualified physician (MD or MD, PhD) with significant clinical experience in the area of infectious diseases or other relevant clinical speciality
- Industry experience in drug development and prior experience gained in a global pharmaceutical company / environment, or equivalent
- Ability to grow and maintain a high level of expertise in the vaccines & infectious diseases therapeutic area
- Good understanding of clinical trials methodology
- Experience in the design, execution and interpretation of late stage clinical trials
- Good verbal and written communication skills in English
- Ability to travel nationally and internationally
So, what’s next?
This is an exciting opportunity for professional growth in areas of drug development, science, and leadership. Come and join a talented and agile team that focus on what really matters. A team that’s inspired by the direct link between what we do, how this helps to accelerate the business and, ultimately, how this benefits peoples’ lives across the world.
Are you already imagining yourself joining us? Good, because we can’t wait to hear from you. Welcome with your application, no later than April 29, 2023.
For further details about the role please reach out to Carl Johan Treutiger, Senior Group Director, at carljohan.treutiger1(@)astrazeneca.com.
Why AstraZeneca Gothenburg?
Our Gothenburg site is one of AstraZeneca’s three strategic R&D centres. Here, you’ll feel a global atmosphere in a truly multinational environment. With more than 2,900 employees from over 70 different countries, our vibrant site is a truly inspiring place to work.
AstraZeneca Gothenburg is a modern, flexible place of work, with the possibility to work from home on average two days a week.
Find out more here
Our Gothenburg site: https://www.astrazeneca.com/our-science/gothenburg.html
Life in Gothenburg: https://www.movetogothenburg.com/
Culture and atmosphere of the Gothenburg site: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6496327311678410752/