Diagnostica Stago, Inc., (DSI) is an industry leader in the science of hemostasis and thrombosis. Stago provides the total commitment of global resources and responsiveness, coupled with cutting edge technology and reliability. DSI is dedicated to continually developing and providing the very best hemostasis products, technical support, and services. Summary: The Scientific Engagement and Clinical Education Associate - Hematology at Stago North America (SNA), is responsible for implementing and driving an integrated, non-promotional strategy to establish and expand hematology expertise in North America. Additional duties will be to create opportunities for scientific engagement by developing a network of hematology key opinion leaders, initiating clinical training programs for staff and customers, participating in investigator-initiated studies, reviewing and writing publication content, leading white paper development, and by participating in and presenting at advisory boards, investigator meetings, congresses and scientific organization meetings.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Develops and implements an effective strategy to drive integrated, non-promotional scientific leadership for hematology-related scientific engagements and educational programs to establish and expand hematology expertise in North America.
Drives scientific leadership with literature-based support of customer requests related to Stago products and new or potential applications (e.g. hospital pharmacists, pathologists, hematologists, lab managers, etc.).
Creates opportunities for scientific engagement by developing a network of hematology key opinion leaders, initiating clinical training programs for staff and customers, participating in investigator-initiated studies, reviewing and writing publication content, leading white paper development, and by participating in and presenting at advisory boards, investigator meetings, congresses and scientific organization meetings.
Writes and delivers live educational presentations to hospital pharmacists, nurses, doctors, lab techs, Stago staff and at congresses and professional organization meetings.
Ensures scientific leadership and provides on-going support and clinical guidance to the sales, marketing, technical support and training teams as well as ensures regulatory compliance and implementation of industry best practices for scientific leadership development.
Assists customers with investigator-sponsored studies and develops abstracts and publications (peer-reviewed or non-peer reviewed).
Maintains a current literature library focused on hematology covering clinical, laboratory, compliance and applied sciences that would be relevant to Stago strategy, product development and development of hematology leadership.
Builds local and international, interdepartmental networks that encourage knowledge sharing to expedite knowledge transfer and building of SNA hematology expertise.
Represents Stago North America for hematology on interdepartmental and/or international teams where scientific leadership, clinical application, and technology/business development projects are undertaken.
Develops and maintains an expert level of knowledge of the Stago hematology line of products including operation, application, placement, business goals and strategy.
Acquire and maintain a working knowledge of hemostasis and the Stago line of products for hemostasis and general understanding of business goals and strategy.
Provides expertise in support of activities related to clinical development, publications, press releases, social media presence and educational tool creation.
Assists in development and prioritization of scientific activities as they relate to achievement of near or long term corporate goals.
Education & Requirements:
MS required in a medical or pharma related discipline. MD or PHD strongly preferred.
In-depth knowledge of clinical and laboratory applications focused on hematology, familiarity with United States Food and Drug Administration compliance required.
Knowledge of laboratory compliance requirements (CAP/CLIA), is preferred.
Up to 40% travel required, ability to travel internationally. Driver's license required.
Minimum of 5 peer-reviewed full length publications and/or conference abstracts from prior academic or commercial work. Will consider "ghostwritten" publications if delivered within a prior full time medical writing related position.
Proven strategic, statistical, analytical, organizational and planning skills. Strong track record in implementing effective strategies for driving change.
Facilitation skills for bridging between scientific and business, and for managing effective international and interdepartmental collaboration.
Proven self-starter with experience in building capabilities based on defined business needs and functions.
Medical writing and/or consulting experience is a plus
Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Notes, and Outlook.
Advanced proficiency with scientific graphing and statistical analysis programs (e.g. SigmaPlot, Matlab, KaleidaGraph, Graphpad, Origin, etc.)
Working proficiency with Adobe Acrobat ProProficiency with producing content for professional social media
Proficiency with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.