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Global Regulatory Affairs – Oncology, Vice President
ROLE SUMMARY The purpose of the position is to lead regulatory affairs capability for a specific therapeutic category within Global Product Development. The incumbent would typically have the single point accountability for the Oncology Triad. The incumbent serves as a senior regulatory leader who has global mindset and expertise of drug development and product lifecycle processes and priorities, regulatory environmental issues, as well as commercial needs globally for all products and projects in the specific Category. The ultimate goal of the position is to provide, maintain and direct regulatory resources in the provision of regulatory guidance to projects and products so as to optimize input to development and commercial decision-making an
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