Exciting Job Opportunity – Medical Science Liaison Jobs
Job Posting: Medical Science Liaison – Heart Health
Reference Code: 798442
- Exchange and dissemination of scientific, educational, and research-related information:
The MSL plans, prepares and engages with Thought Leaders (TLs – Doctors) as information scientists and colleagues both proactively and reactively via various innovative TL engagement tactics and formats. MSLs provide dissemination, clarification, and education of scientific data, study protocols, meeting abstracts, and professional literature (both proactive discussions on-label, and reactive discussions for unsolicited off-label questions in alignment with local regulations).
- Interactions with Medical Societies and Advisory Boards:
The MSL answers medical / scientific queries of Medical Societies with regard to Bayer products and organizes / supports / participates in advisory boards.
- Participation at / networking in Congresses and Conventions:
The MSL attends congresses and conventions, interacts with TLs (Doctors), establishes new contacts, and gathers competitive intelligence.
- Coordination of Scientific Education Activities:
The MSL plans and organizes scientific training and education events / sessions with TLs within their specific therapeutic area or product.
- TL identification/profiling / segmentation and strategy and engagement planning:
In alignment with the product Medical Affairs plan, the MSL contributes to the internal understanding of specific TL interests and expertise within the medical community at large.
- Preparation of reports and tracking activities:
The MSL submits timely reports and tracks activities against agreed objectives.
- Secondary Activities:
External scientific support, training and education: The MSL provides additional external scientific support, training & education not covered by other primary activities.
WHO YOU ARE: Medical Science Liaison Jobs
- Qualification in natural sciences, or Medical background (MD/ MBBS/BAMS/ BDS/ MDS)
- Basic knowledge of the concerned therapy area (Diabetology) and related molecules
- Basic understanding of clinical trials, their design, and rationale
- Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment and to build productive work relationships both internally and externally
- Excellent presentation and written and verbal communication skills