US Medical Affairs - Dupixent


Prepare for a role within Medical Affairs. The fellow will have the opportunity to establish a collaborative relationship with the U.S. Medical Affairs Team including, the Medical Directors, Global Medical, Scientific Communications, Medical Value and Outcomes, and Field Medical.  The fellow will gain valuable experience attending and covering medical and scientific meetings to ensure an in-depth understanding of disease state and treatment landscape, which will aid the development of the medical strategy. In addition, the fellow will also learn about the role of a U.S. Medical Director within a U.S. Medical team. The fellow will have the opportunity to work cross-functionally by leading high-impact projects to advance the overall medical strategy. 


  • Successfully complete the New Hire Training program, which focuses on Type 2 inflammation, various allergic and respiratory disease states and dupilumab.  Upon completion obtain MSL certification.  

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the various roles within immunology functional areas, such as, but not limited to, U.S./Global Medical, Global Scientific Communications, Global Clinical Studies Unit, Medical Value & Outcomes, and Global Medical Information, and identify potential growth and development opportunities across the organization. 

  • Obtain experience in field-based medical affairs by supporting the medical team by covering medical and scientific meetings and engaging with KOLs to provide insights to the company that will help drive future strategic decisions.  

  • Build collaborative relationships between the Medical Teams in the Field and in the Home Office, as well as other internal stakeholders (i.e., brand teams, marketing, other commercial partners, etc.) 

  • Manage initiatives within U.S. Medical, including the creation resources, deliverables, and internal team resources. 

  • Learn how to operate effectively in a highly matrixed organization and how to manage vendors. 

Sanofi Component: 

Understanding Medical Affairs: The fellow will acquire knowledge of various roles with Medical Affairs. Specifically, the fellow will be exposed to the Medical Directors and the Field Medical team.  the responsibilities of a Medical Director through the creation of a medical strategy. 

Leadership to Create Impact: The fellow will have an opportunity to lead initiatives to help build the strategy of medical affairs for supporting the design of clinical studies, assessment of competitive landscape, and development of educational materials and training. 

Develop Medical Strategy skills: The fellow will get hands on experience in the development of medical strategy development, content review, and study design. 

Communication and external engagement: The fellow will work on both written and verbal communications through the preparation and presentation of materials. The fellow will represent Sanofi as a support team member for external meetings such as Congresses, Advisory Boards, and Investigator Meetings. The fellow interacts with Key Opinion Leaders in the field to contribute to the medical strategy. 

Ideal Candidate: 

  • PharmD, Biomedical PhD, or relevant Clinical degree.   

  • Effective communication and presentation skills.  

  • Demonstrates scientific expertise (stays abreast of data, treatment trends, and new information in the profession and can articulate therapeutic knowledge). 

  • Skillfully plans, prioritizes, and executes multiple responsibilities and projects. 

Location: Cambridge Crossing, MA 
Preceptor: Brad Lamotte