Medical Science Liaison (Medical Device) PART TIME Chicago, ILMedical Science liaison (MSL) consultant based in Chicago, IL. The MSL consultant is a field-based professional with scientific, clinical and therapeutic area of expertise, responsible for providing medical and scientific support for Fidia. Will be responsible to engage in scientific exchange with medical and scientific experts, including Healthcare Professional and Managed Markets Customer consistent with Medical Affairs objectives.
Services to include:
Developing peer-level relationships with medical and scientific experts, including Healthcare Professional and Managed Markets Customer consistent with Medical Affairs objectives.
Provide actionable information that enhances the value and appropriate use of Fidia products
Deliver appropriate clinical and scientific information that clinically differentiates Fidia products
Provide clinical support and deliver data presentations regionally and nationally
Lead medical education seminars such as injection technique sessions
Respond to customer inquiries to ensure focused and balanced clinical and scientific information that supports the appropriate use of Fidia products and services
Identify study investigators in alignment with Medical Affairs objectives
Participate in advisory boards
Develop medical education materials such as slide kits, monographs, etc.
Adhere to internal standard processes and comply with regulatory and compliance requirements
This is a part time position averaging 3 working days per week.
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