Manager, U.S. Health Outcomes & Epidemiology

Your Responsibilities:
Design health outcome studies and develop economic models to evaluate the economic and humanistic benefits of GSK's vaccines in the U.S. Ensure U.S. health outcome plans areas are aligned with global vaccine development strategy. Conduct research aimed at measuring the value of treatment with a particular vaccine in the U.S., including whether the product produces a positive health outcome by preventing the disease, shortening the duration of the illness, reducing economic costs, or improving the patient's quality of life and/or by reducing premature mortality. Communicate with internal stakeholders in discovery, clinical development, product strategy, and commercial divisions to ensure the effective provision of relevant health outcomes and health economic information to support decisions regarding product development and commercialization in the U.S. Assess and analyze the current U.S. reimbursement and access environment to support the overall strategic direction of GSK's vaccines. Develop communication materials through presentations, peer-reviewed manuscripts, registry summaries and promotional pieces to disseminate health outcomes and health economic data. Leverage these data with payers and providers to support GSK's vaccines medical objectives. Manage GSK's relationship with Contract Research Organizations and/or third-party vendors to advance support services within desired timelines and budgetary expectations. Ensure studies are tracked, monitored, reported, and disclosed according to relevant policies and GSK procedures.

Why You?

Basic qualifications:
Ph.D. (or foreign equivalent) in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Health Outcomes or a related field and at least 3 years of post-doctoral research experience. Experience must include: 3 years conducting reimbursement and access, epidemiology, health economics, and/or outcomes research with application to the pharmaceutical industry, managed care, hospital or healthcare environment in the U.S.; 3 years presenting health outcomes data externally to U.S. decision makers, including dissemination via peer-reviewed manuscripts, registries, and scientific meeting; 3 years of strategic and tactical application of health outcomes data through retrospective database studies, chart reviews, cross sectional surveys, prospective observational studies, patient-reported outcomes development and validation, economic modeling, and payer research. 2-4 weeks domestic travel annually, 1-2 weeks abroad annually.

Preferred qualifications:
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Why GSK?:
GSK has a 150-year legacy of helping to transform the health, lives and futures of millions of people around the world. We're a science-led healthcare company with more than 100,000 people working in 115 countries. Each year we produce around 4 billion packs of medicine, nearly 900 million doses of vaccine and more than 18 billion packs of consumer healthcare products. Our focus of helping people do more, feel better and live longer is at the center of all that we aim to do.

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