This is a skin cancer diagnostics company.
Position Title: Medical Science Liaison JO#2205-5764
- Southwest US (Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico)
The Medical Science Liaison supports the Medical Affairs team and his/her primary activities include scientific presentations, development of advisory presentation content, clinical trial support, and assistance with sales training. S/he will employ existing lists of contacts and partner/collaborate/meet with Key Opinion Leaders and relevant clinics in the region to further develop the professional relationships. Additionally, s/he will build and maintain a comprehensive understanding of customer needs, field training, and support.
S/he will work autonomously within the Medical Affairs department.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Identify, develop, and maintain long-term collaborative relationships with Key Opinion Leaders.
- Maintain clinical, scientific, and technical expertise in disease state areas.
- Perform feasibility analysis on all clinical trial sites.
- Prepare reports on trial site feasibility for the clinical services team.
- Respond to and document unsolicited medical requests for information on the company’s products and development programs.
- Facilitate investigator-sponsored trials and provide medical/clinical teams with feedback and insights from trial leaders.
- Prepare and implement scientific presentations both locally and nationally.
- Staff booth at all trade shows where Sales is present to provide scientific discussions.
- Work in conjunction with sales operations and training departments to implement field training.
- Adhere to corporate SOPs with legal and regulatory guidelines governing scientific interactions with physicians and healthcare professionals.
- Embrace and demonstrate the company’s culture of integrity, focused execution, dedication to personal performance, and teamwork.
Qualifications (Education & Experience)
- Advanced degree MD, PhD, PharmD, or RPh.
- Minimum of 5 years of previous MSL experience, with a minimum of 3 years in melanoma, immunology, dermatology, oncology, or diagnostics.
- Rare disease experience is an added benefit.
- Ability to travel frequently with overnight stays.
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
- Self-starter, autonomous experience of working in a start-up environment.
- High level of scientific and clinical acumen.
- Understanding of regulatory framework and compliance in interacting with the medical community.
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