Medical Science Liaison/Sr. Medical Science Liaison (South Central Texas)
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The MSL Team is a part of Medical Affairs and consists of field-based scientists that have direct interactions with investigators and key opinion leaders (KOLs). The MSLs work cross-functionally with Clinical Development, Commercial and our internal Medical Affairs colleagues to support ADCETRIS and our pipeline.
Implement KOL field strategy, including KOL identification and engagement. Facilitate scientific discussions in the field and work with other in-house and field partners to facilitate ongoing information/clinical data sharing (i.e. new data, competitive information, insights learned from customer) to optimize communications and coordinated activities across the organization. Deliver scientific presentations internally and externally. Respond to HCP requests for off label information. Execute conference strategy, including staffing of scientific booths at major conferences and regional clinical meetings. Act as key liaison for all aspects in the support of investigator sponsored trials (IST). Support planning and execution of advisory boards. Partner and collaborate effectively with internal business partners, especially with members of the clinical teams, to support corporate trials including trial awareness and education.
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Throughout the product life-cycle, key contributions from field medical teams included thought leader identification, competitive intelligence, therapeutic landscape monitoring, clinical site/investigator identification, and facilitating knowledge exchange within the company and between company and its thought leaders.
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