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Job titlePatient Diagnosis Liaison – Germany
Job typeMeditech
Salary GBP
Bonus PackageBonus
Job description

Do you have experience working in clinical operations in ophthalmology, rare diseases or genetics? Do you want to work for a company that is developing truly cutting-edge technologies? An ophthalmology company who are aiming to preserve sight worldwide through their gene therapies and surgical devices are looking for a Patient Diagnosis Liaison to work with healthcare providers to support the referrals of patients into clinical trials and development programmes.


The company

Our client is a leading ophthalmology company who focus on the development of cutting-edge therapies for the treatment of eye diseases. With a mission to fight the impact of blindness worldwide, they develop gene-therapy products to preserve sight.

They are developing gene therapies and surgical devices that will aim to preserve healthy eye tissues to slow down the progression of dry eye and Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD). This role offers you a unique opportunity to join this mission.


The role

As Patient Diagnosis Liaison you’ll be a core member of a clinically focused field team who identify patients for development programmes and clinical trials. In this role you’ll be talking with a vast range of healthcare professionals, from nurses, to researchers, to hospital staff to support the referral of patients into clinical trials for our client’s state of the art technologies.


Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the Clinical Operations tea to identify patients for development programmes
  • Supporting the referral of patients into clinical trials
  • Liaising with medical professionals at trial sites to identify sources for patients
  • Increase disease and company awareness in healthcare communities
  • Attend conferences and meetings to report medical insights to te business
  • Share medical insight to help drive strategy
  • Working closely with other business units
  • Drive awareness of our client’s brand


The requirements

You will have a cl, as well as…

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in a related scientific field (preferably clinical)
  • Experience working in the ophthalmic/rare diseases/genetics space
  • Experience with mid/late-stage development
  • Experience with patient identification and clinical operations
  • Strong clinical knowledge
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Able to build strong relationships with a variety of clinical stakeholders
  • Able to develop new materials for both internal and external stakeholders
  • Innovate and driven
  • Fluent in English, other language skills (such as French, Spanish) desirable 
  • Able to travel within Europe


Important information

FMC Contact for this role: Ryan Tosh (

Reference number: 9414

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    Updated on 2017-08-07T17:04:38+00:00, by Matthew Graham.