Title: Medical Science Liaison
Territory: West, Northeast, Southeast, Central/Midwest
An exciting, rapidly growing bio-pharmaceutical company is expanding its field team of Medical Science Liaisons. Acting as an integral part of the US Medical Affairs division, you will actively pursue strategic initiatives aimed at fostering physician support and advocating patient interests by increasing awareness and addressing unmet needs of patients with CNS disorders.
- Provide balanced and scientifically sound responses to inquiries from healthcare professionals (HCPs) in your designated region.
- Handle queries related to safety, adherence, and off-label data concerning the organizations products.
- Support ongoing medical and scientific education for field teams working within a matrixed structure.
- Assist in various clinical initiatives across the organization's product portfolio, including site recommendations, trial recruitment, registry management, and presenting approved final data.
- Formulate and execute prioritized plans for HCPs, institutions, and societies within your specified region.
- Collaborate with the US Medical Affairs, Scientific Communication, and Health Economics Outcome Research (HEOR) teams to develop and implement a strategic and innovative regional plan that aligns with medical and therapeutic area objectives, catering to the unique requirements of key institutions and HCPs.
- Actively engage in organizing advisory boards and other programs within your designated region
- Represent the medical affairs division at defined national, regional, and local congresses, where you will educate attendees about products, gather competitive intelligence, and review data presented in various formats such as symposia, abstracts, and poster presentations.
- Support commercial team operations within your defined region.
- Ensure adherence to all internal and external legal and regulatory guidelines.
Required Skills & Qualifications
- Advanced scientific degree (e.g., PhD, PharmD, or MD)
- Prior experience as an MSL or relevant background in other medical affairs positions
- Experience in neurology, particularly with neuroscience or psychiatry.
- Well-established professional connections with healthcare providers in the designated therapeutic area within a specified region.
- Ability to travel up to 3-4 days per week as needed for site visits, medical conferences and meetings, team gatherings, and other group events (some weekends may be required)