As a not-for-profit organization, Partners HealthCare is committed to supporting patient care, research, teaching, and service to the community by leading innovation across our system. Founded by Brigham and Women s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, Partners HealthCare supports a complete continuum of care including community and specialty hospitals, a managed care organization, a physician network, community health centers, home care and other health-related entities. Several of our hospitals are teaching affiliates of Harvard Medical School, and our system is a national leader in biomedical research.
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Innovation is a 125-person business development unit of Partners HealthCare System. The group is charged with commercializing the capabilities and discoveries of Partners 74,000 employees and faculty through industry collaborations, investing, consulting, company creation, licensing and IP management. It supports Partners four core hospital affiliates (Brigham & Women s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts Eye & Ear, and McLean Hospital) and its 6200 Harvard Medical School faculty. Partners is among the nation s most significant hospital systems and is the largest academic research enterprise with more than $1.7 billion in annual research expenditures.
The Analyst is an entry-level position, who will assist the Licensing team in managing the portfolio of medical innovations across Partners HealthCare. Under the supervision of a Director or Associate Director, the Analyst will lead in a broad range portfolio management activities, including management of existing licensees, coordination of internal processes across the Licensing team and analysis of deal related data. In addition, the Analyst will assist with the commercial assessment of medical innovations and potential deal. The Analyst will also perform specialized tasks and analysis to support the Licensing team, including compiling licensing data for office-wide initiatives. The Analyst will participate in office-wide team meetings and educational sessions to develop an in-depth understanding of academic deal-making.
This position is a two-year term appointment.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
The Analyst will assist the Licensing team with all aspects of managing, protecting, and licensing of new innovations, including: oPortfolio Management ?Assist with the management of existing licensees (review of status reports from licensees, assessment of licensees progress towards due diligence obligations). ?Coordinate internal processes across Licensing team, including bi-annual portfolio review process, generation of financial forecasts for commercial high-value assets, etc. ?Collect and analyze deal related data for historical trends and financial metrics; present recommendations for process improvements to leadership team. ?Assist with other projects as assigned, including portfolio analytics and financial forecasts. oInvention Assessments ?Support the assessment of the commercial potential of medical innovations, including assessment of the commercial market, unmet need, patent ability and stage of development. oDeal Making ?Assist with the internal due diligence of commercialization pathways and potential licensees; provide recommendations to Licensing Managers. Participates in educational development opportunities to develop an understanding of the technology licensing field.
Qualifications Undergraduate degree in science, engineering, life sciences or healthcare economics. Candidate is curious and deeply values exposure to and learning about new technology, concepts, people and organizations. Individual should be highly organized with ability to effectively prioritize and concurrently manage multiple opportunities and relationships with competing deadlines. Exceptional oral, written, communication and analytical skills.
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