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Serve as the medical affairs representative in the APAC region
Manage Varian-sponsored clinical studies
Discuss potential investigator-initiated clinical research projects with customers
Manage investigator-initiated clinical research projects
Review clinical study protocols and reports
Work with researchers to develop abstract and journal article submissions
Make recommendations for clinical data and publications needed in the APAC region
Review and evaluate clinical grants applications
Meet with customers
Meet with regulatory bodies with APAC
Conduct literature searches
Analyze data from research studies, literature, and adverse event databases
Assist with wiring reports for regulatory submissions and other regulatory documentation
Serve as a resource to the company for information on clinical issues related to radiation therapy specific to the APAC region
Advocacy : meet with CFDA to discuss data requirements for new product approvals. Explain and convince CFDA reviewer regarding Varian's position
Interpret CFDA regulations and guidance documents and recommend how to meet CFDA requirements for running clinical studies and seeking product approvals
Establish and maintain relationships with high-level physicians, explore research opportunities and solicit feedback regarding Varian product
Scope of work :
Responsible for project planning and for executing in accordance with plan and budget
Work includes individual and team projects.
Minimum Requirements :
Advanced degree (e.g., MS, PhD, MD, DO) preferably in life sciences, health sciences, biomedical engineer, medical physics or equivalent degree / experiences.
Work included individual and team projects.
Skills, Abilities and other Requirement :
Excellent English language skills
Strong project management and organizational skills
Strong verbal and written skills
Strong critical thinking skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Experience with radiation therapy and / or oncology
Experience working in hospital environment
Experience within medical device industry
Experience with publishing in peer-reviewed literature
Requires domestic and international travel
Work involves visiting clinics where KV imaging and radiation therapy equipment is used
Work involves visiting surgical suites
Work may involve observing animal study procedures.
Occasional lifting of equipment (<15 Ibs)
Become part of our team
At Varian, our culture is centered on fostering the creative potential of every employee through teamwork and collaboration.
Our technologies touch millions of lives every day, and this inspires us to do our best work every day. By using your talent, ambition and creativity, you can build a career that allows you to make a real difference in people’s lives.
You’re just one click away from the most impactful work you’ll ever do. Apply now and join our mission to help save lives.
Someone, somewhere, will be glad you did.