• Scientific Communications Medical Reviewer

    Posting Date 3 months ago(9/21/2018 7:44 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-5312
    Job Location(s)
    West Lafayette IN United States
    Travel
    Less than 10%
    Position Type
    Full Time
    Company
    Cook Research Inc.
    Category
    Clinical
  • Overview

    The Scientific Communications Medical Reviewer acts as an in-house consultant for Cook Research and other Cook Group companies.  Medical Reviewers research and communicate clinical data relevant to Cook products and provide medical review of documents written by team members who do not have clinical experience.

    Responsibilities

    Provide medical review of documents (assess clinical safety and performance data and ensure anatomic, physiologic and clinical accuracy)

    • Conduct comprehensive, systematic searches of published medical literature

    • Provide interpretation and analysis of clinical and non-clinical data pertinent to scientific communications projects (e.g., literature reviews, abstracts, posters, presentations, manuscripts, Clinical Evaluation Reports, and clinical study reports)

    • Write and/or direct the preparation of clear and effective documents

    • Fulfill the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) requirements for authorship for scientific communications projects, when appropriate.

    Qualifications

    • MD or DO with medical device experience preferred; however, nurse practitioners and physician assistants may qualify, depending on training and experience

    • Familiarity with literature search databases and manuscript preparation

    • Familiarity with statistical methods, analysis, and interpretation

    • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software

    • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in both spoken and written form

    • Ability to work on multiple projects, organize, and prioritize within time constraints

    • Ability to commit to a team-based environment.

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