Janssen Pharmaceutical Research & Development, L.L.C., a member of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, is recruiting for a Signal Management Physician. This position will be based in Horsham, PA; Titusville, NJ; Raritan, NJ; Morris Plain, NJ.
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The objective of this position is to implement Signal Management Group (SMG) surveillance strategies for proactive and systematic detection and evaluation of new safety signals and emerging trends from post-marketing safety data. These activities include the evaluation, piloting, as well as use of novel, computer-assisted tools and methodologies for analysis of internal company safety data, international regulatory safety databases, and other data sources, e.g. claims and electronic medical records and social media.
This position, in partnership with other SMG physicians and scientists, develops and implements product-specific surveillance plans, performs post-marketing signal detection activities, including signal validation, and participates in communication of emerging signals in forums, such as the Product Team Meeting, Signal Management Teams, and monthly Product Quality Meetings. This position will also participate in the development of strategies for signal evaluation, and may include performing activities supporting signal evaluation, such as case definition development (including database query criteria), review of the signal tracking system, ad hoc data mining FAERS, Vigibase, and SCEPTRE, and narrative text mining.
- Identify and assess (validate) new safety signals and trends by conducting systematic reviews of aggregate data with a focus on spontaneous adverse event reports. This includes signal detection activities in safety platforms, including SMART, lot alerts system, routine and ad hoc data mining in Empirica Signal, and signal entry to Empirica Topics.
- Prepare reviews of topics and summary analysis reports of safety data, in consultation with the SMG physicians.
- Provide recommendations for further evaluation.
- Work with key customers and business partners (MSOs, PVERs, and SSPs) in developing and implementing product-specific surveillance plans
- Participate as member of the matrix teams to address product specific safety issues, assist in the development of signal evaluation strategies, and participate in signal evaluation.
- Communicate findings from routine and ad hoc signal detection and assessment activities.
- Assist in the development and implementation of programmatic surveillance of adverse event reports for potential safety and product quality issues.
- Assist in the evaluation of novel, computer-assisted tools and methodologies for analysis of safety data, including piloting new data source and methodologies.
- Medical degree with a minimum of 2 years of industry experience in drug safety or related area required
- Board certification in a recognized specialty, especially primary care (internal medicine, pediatrics, family medicine) with clinical experience is preferred
- Familiarity with single case processing, aggregate data review such as case series analysis and evaluation of drug safety issues, knowledge of adverse event dictionaries, core labeling, preparation and review of Periodic Safety Review are required.
- An understanding of global health authority regulations and guidance surrounding the processing, reporting and evaluation of adverse events is preferred
- Knowledge in public health surveillance and tools (relevant work experience or Masters Public Health or equivalent) is preferred
- Ability to present complex data in a concise and understandable scientific manner is preferred
- Ability to manipulate data in platforms such as Excel and SAS JMP is required
North America-United States-New Jersey-Morris Plains, North America-United States-New Jersey-Raritan, North America-United States-New Jersey-Titusville
Janssen Research & Development, LLC. (6084)
Drug & Product Safety Science
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