Entrepreneurial Spirit, Rooted in Tradition. At Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma America, Inc. (MTPA), we can tout a storied reputation more than 300 years in the making. Our parent company, Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation, is a research-driven pharmaceutical company with global reach – and one of Japan’s oldest and most respected companies.
With the recent FDA approval and availability in the U.S. of RADICAVA® (edaravone), a treatment option for people diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), MTPA is rapidly expanding our operation across all functional areas to launch this new product in the U.S. market. Concurrently, the company is expanding its research efforts and exploring collaborations with partners to discover and bring treatments to market for unmet medical needs including orphan diseases. We currently seek motivated professionals who share our vision of scientific excellence, innovation, and unwavering dedication to improving the lives of patients.
The Sr. Medical Director will be responsible in planning programs in US Medical Affairs that support pre-marketing and post-marketing activities in Parkinson’s disease (NeuroDerm portofolio). These Scientific Affairs programs and activities will fulfill the following criteria: be scientifically and clinically sound, meet the needs of the medical and patient communities or other constituencies, be executed in compliance with applicable laws and regulations and company policies. The Sr. Medical Director will serve as subject matter expert. The tactical programs or activities will be executed by the Scientific Affairs group within Medical Affairs.
Drawing on their disease state expertise and their product (compound) knowledge, the Sr. Medical Director will support the VP, Medical Affairs, in representing Medical Affairs & MTPA in external settings such as medical congresses or company-sponsored scientific advisory meetings.
In addition, the Sr. Medical Director may be asked to represent the Medical Affairs team on cross-functional projects and meetings, such as promotional and non-promotional program review committees, offer medical input upon request to assist in development of promotional materials, and on other internal activities leveraging their scientific and clinical expertise in Parkinson’s disease as well as their knowledge of best practices in Medical Affairs.
Doctoral degree required: M.D., PharmD, PhD