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Position: Medical Science Liaison, Rare DiseaseReports to: Director of Medical ScienceLocation: Covering Western EU - Remote (Preferred location in Germany) Position Summary:The MSL is a remote role focused on developing and maintaining peer-to-peer relationships with key medical experts. This role will primarily support the rare disease programs in hematology, including PNH and AIHA, and the complement dependent nephropathies in Europe and Asia. The MSL will collaborate with physicians and other medical experts to support trial enrollment, provide program and protocol training and ensure that patients, physicians and key CROs have the most up to date information as the clinical development programs mature.
Our client is a global biopharmaceutical company whose mission is to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases.Around the world, we are passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients with serious disease. Empowered to apply our individual talents and ideas so that we can learn and grow together. Driven to make a difference, from innovative research to hands-on community support. Our client recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives. This role is director level. CV, metabolic, or pulmonary experience is preferred.
The Regional Medical Science & Operations Liaison will represent the Client Cardiovascular Field Medical organization, as assigned. The RMSOL will be aligned with the Client Field Medical function, working closely with the Client Field Commercial, Field Health Economics Outcomes and Home office Medical teams, with direct responsiblility for interacting with a targeted and additional identified list of external HCPs in a defined regional geography. The RMSOL will be primarily responsible for conducting presentations to HCPs (in 1:1 or group settings), communicating approved efficacy and safety information. As a member of the field medical team, the RMSOL will be responsible for scientific engagement of HCPs around defined disease areas, research topics and/or investigational compounds, as applicable. In addition, the RMSOL will provide operational support to the Cardiovascular Field Medical team.
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Medical Science Liaison - Neurology/MigraineDevelops and maintains professional relationships with internal and external customers to provide comprehensive medical and scientific support to client initiatives in assigned therapeutic areas. This is a field based position. Candidates can live anywhere within the territory.Territory is Blue Ridge (Cincinnati, KY; TN)
Medical Science Liaison- New YorkThe Medical Science Liaison (MSL) will apply his/her background in transplant patient care and use of laboratory tests in patient management to educate physicians and transplant coordinators about the clinical value of the client’s tests as non-invasive methods to monitor transplant recipients for organ rejection. The MSL will be familiar with current best practices of post-transplant patient management and will explain how diagnostic tests are useful in patient care. Excellent communication skills are essential for the MSL who will operate from a home-based office. Significant travel is required to visit transplant clinics affiliated with teaching hospitals located in the region.