Proactively develop evidence generation strategies that address data gaps at a product level in key geographies.
Contribute to the wider epidemiological and medical understanding of specific diseases.
Closely working with colleagues from Global Medical Affairs, Market Access, Health Economics and Outcomes Research at the product level.
Ensure that Galapagos supported studies are clinically relevant and support the needs of regulators, patients, health care providers, payers and policy makers
Support the study planning process by providing expert input for study design and analytical techniques and mapping of real-world data availability
Implement the plans to deliver timely scientifically valid evidence that can be successfully used to support regulatory and payer discussions
Support the development and maintenance of product Core Value Dossiers that will be utilized by region and country HEOR professionals to support local market access needs.
Leading a cross-functional Evidence Generation Team with the clear objective to deliver scientifically valid evidence and to drive global and local value demonstration. Provide expertise on how to analyze, integrate and communicate the consolidated data.
Ensure a broad understanding of the value of RWE to the product value demonstration both globally and locally.
Develop and provide guidance for local affiliates, in line with internal guidelines, especially for IITs
Requirements for the successful candidate:
Advanced degree or equivalent education/degree in life science/healthcare required.
English (first or second) language
Proven knowledge of various evidence generation activities (HEOR modeling, RWE, indirect treatment comparisons, PRO or interventional studies), the associated regulatory requirements.
Experience in developing evidence strategies, the design of protocols and setting up and managing RWE studies.
Experience successfully working with multidisciplinary cross functional and cross-cultural project teams.
Proven ability to create scientific communications (abstracts, poster presentations, podium presentations and manuscripts).