Our CultureOur Culture
LaNova is a dynamic and efficient company.
"Excellence, Persistence, Integrity, Collaboration" are our core values. We believe that the creativity and dedication of employees are the cornerstones of all business, so we are striving to create a happy workplace that allows our people to excel and reach their best potential.
Career DevelopmentCareer Development
LaNova is committed to building an excellent learning organization
Providing personal career improvement and development opportunities, and fully supporting LaNova employees at different stages of their career.
Innovation and collaboration are in our genes. If you are an open-minded, collaborative person who shares the same core values and enthusiasm for creating innovative medicine. Please check out our openings for opportunities to join us!
Clinical Trial Assistant
Assist PM and CRA to complete clinical trials according to GCP and study protocol requirements.
Follow up clinical trial progress, including subject recruitment, trial supplies and trial documentation;
Maintain tracking documents and update project tracking tools and systems regularly; Provide administrative support to designated colleagues;
Arrange internal and external meetings as required, and prepare meeting minutes;
Coordinate the delivery of clinical trial materials and documentation to the research centre as directed;
Assist in the preparation of research documents and forms, and the development of management systems and processes, responsible for the maintenance and filing of research documents;
Assist in planning and preparing the investigator meetings;
Maintain and update the research center information (including all contact information, contracts and reports);
Assist in collecting, reviewing and tracking important clinical research data;
Timely and accurately follow up invoices and payments from designated vendors and research centers;
Other tasks assigned by the leader
Internal relations: Functional departments of clinical operation (data management, statistics, drug safety), Medical Department, Financial and legal departments of the company;
External relations: Clinical research centers and partners;
Education background: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Nursing background, college degree or above;
Qualifications: Basic knowledge of clinical trial procedures and ICH GCP guidelines;
Work experience: 1-2 years' experience in clinical research industry is preferred, assistant working experience is preferred; ；
Language & Computer skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Internet; good command of English;
Special requirements: Strong general management skills and experience; Pay attention to the quality of work;
Core knowledge: ICH/GCP, relevant regulations related to Chinese clinical research, SOP related to clinical research;
Core competencies: Proactive, responsible, good communication skills and team work spirit;
Core qualities: Strong desire to work in the clinical industry; Practical work, good executive ability, can complete the task assigned by the leader
Clinical Research Physician
The Clinical Research Physician will take core medical role as scientific leader in drug development and/or new product launch medical affairs.
The primary responsibility of the CRP is to provide expert medical expertise to all aspects of the local business, to ultimately enhance the customers' experience in interacting with the company.
The CRP responsibility includes development the strategic medical plan for to be launched new compound, providing medical expertise for marketing, regulatory affairs etc.
The CRP is responsible for leading in local scientific data generation and dissemination in the planning, designing and conduct of phase 1-4 studies.
Develop medical strategies to support brand launch and life cycle plans for drugs.
Plan and set up medical symposia, advisory board meetings, and/or the facilitation of other meetings with health care professionals.
Establish and maintain appropriate collaborations and relationships with external scientific experts, thought leaders, and the general medical community
Participate in development of scientific data disclosure, data analyses, and final reports and data presentation.
Medical leadership in preparation and administration of the medical budget.
Collaborate proactively and productively with all business, and cross functional partners. Model the leadership behaviors.
Compliance: CRP should ensure all medical related activities in compliance and provide medical governance for business related activities.
Medical Doctor Degree of Oncology
At least 3-5 years of clinical or pharmaceutical medical function experience
Demonstrated ability to balance scientific priorities with business priorities·
Demonstrated ability to influence others (both cross-functionally and within the function) in order to create a positive working environment.
Fluent in English, verbal and written communication.