Position Overview: Support the creation of a new online course, Principles of Biomanufacturing, to be offered on edX, expected July 14, 2015. Work with a team to composite video, animation, and other graphic assets according to established storyboards.
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Senior Advisor, Regulatory Strategy, MIT Center for Biomedical Innovation
What: Part-time, Contractor
Position Overview: Work with the Executive Director and play a key role in a unique multi-stakeholder incubator environment focused on enhancing the value and sustainability of pharmaceutical innovation for all stakeholders across the global healthcare industry. The New Drug Development Paradigms initiative (NEWDIGS) operates as a cutting edge innovation platform involving senior leaders from biopharmaceutical companies, regulatory agencies, payer organizations, and MIT, along with other key stakeholders from the global healthcare industry. NEWDIGS’ initial phase of work focused on Adaptive Licensing (AL) and helped to inform the launch of the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) pilot program on AL/Medicines Adaptive Pathways to Patients (MAPPs) in Spring 2014.
The next phase for NEWDIGS will focus on supporting the implementation of AL/MAPPs through a variety of activities involving a number of European and other global collaborators, as well as MIT faculty and students. The Senior Advisor will play an important technical and strategic role across these activities, serving as our primary internal expert on emerging regulatory issues.
This position provides a unique high leverage career opportunity to shape change and drive meaningful impact for patients and for global health in the near and long term future.
Responsibilities & Requirements: See this PDF job posting.
How: Please send cover note and CV to:
Gigi Hirsch, MD
MIT Center for Biomedical Innovation