Medical Director, Immunology:

Atlanta Georgia

We all share one big ambition. What’s yours?


Everyone who works at UCB holds the same ambition – to transform the lives of people living with severe diseases.  Of course we have other associated ambitions too - including a desire to support each other in attaining all of our own personal and professional goals. That’s why we ensure every UCB colleague has the tools and environment to engage effectively in the work we do. Wherever in the world we’re based, and whatever role we play, we believe each of us can have an impact across our organization.

To help us meet our ambitions and provide the best solutions to patients, UCB is currently seeking a talented individual as Medical Director, Immunology based at our US Headquarters in suburban Atlanta, Georgia

UCB is expanding the indications of existing products for patients with immunological dysfunction and is developing new therapies for additional indications in the fields of rheumatology and gastroenterology.  In support of the commercialization of these products, the Head of IBD Medical Affairs US will be responsible for the planning of medical education programs, consistent medical communications, leading efforts for data generation and data displays, presentations at internal meetings, and in establishing relationships with external experts and patient advocacy groups.  An ability to work collaboratively across UCB will be an important attribute for the successful candidate. Specific responsibilities for this position include:


  • Provide technical support and content expertise to medical information and internal and external healthcare providers

  • Lead efforts for data generation and for the development of data displays

  • Prepare and give presentations for internal training and to external audiences

  • Serve as a clinical and content expert for internal stakeholders

  • Represent UCB at key medical conferences and congresses

  • Provide medical support for key commercial activities

  • Develop a phase IV research program and participate in the review and disposition of investigator initiated studies

  • Establish relationships with external experts and patient advocacy groups

  • Planning medical education programs

  • Ensure consistent medical communications


Minimum Requirements


  • MD (preferred), Ph.D.,or  PharmD

  • Clinical experience in gastroenterology is also strongly preferred.

  • Prior experience in pharmaceutical industry roles. Direct medical affairs experience required.

  • Understanding of drug development and commercial activities

  • Ability to critically analyze research design, methods, and outcome measures

  • Willing to take initiative on advance projects and able to identify what is necessary to complete tasks

  • Knows how to be a team player and willing to work collaboratively across the organization

  • Excellent skills in professional interactions

  • Communicates clearly, concisely, and is easily understood in written materials and presentations


UCB is a global biopharmaceutical company. We focus on discovering and developing innovative medicines and lateral solutions that can transform the everyday lives of people with severe diseases of the immune system – or the central nervous system.

With more than 8500 people in approximately 40 countries, UCB offers an exciting working environment where initiative can flourish and those with a ‘can-do’ attitude can thrive.  Scientific excellence, innovation, co-creation, lateral thinking, reinventing the way we do things…these are some of the key competencies we are constantly developing, and looking for, at UCB.


UCB and its subsidiaries encourage diversity in the workplace; we are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran

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