The Medical Affairs Company

  • Medical Science Liaison - Hematology

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    Job Location
    US-MA | US-CT | US-NH | US-VT | US-RI | US-ME
    Medical Science Liaison
  • Overview

    Serving as a field-based extension of Medical Affairs, the Medical Science Liaison (MSL) will represent the Company and their monoclonal antibody, currently being investigated in B-cell malignancies ( lymphoma (DLBCL) and chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)). The MSL will also handle pipeline products as their programs mature.


    The MSL will build long term peer to peer relationships with thought leaders, payers and other stakeholders specializing in oncology treatment. The MSL will support the Company’s advancing biopharmaceutical clinical and research programs by delivering clinical, scientific, and technical education to the Hematology/Oncology community. The MSL is responsible for cultivating and maintaining collaborative relationships with influential members of the medical community to promote company, disease state and therapeutic awareness, in addition to serving as an advanced technical, scientific, and medical expert in the Hematology/Oncology community for the assigned region. The MSL is responsible for developing, coordinating and assuring implementation of the Company’s corporate, scientific, and clinical strategies with these thought leaders within academic, clinical, and healthcare organizations. These scientific exchanges will support and/or expand current therapeutic concepts, as well as ensure the safe and effective utilization of the Company’s product(s).


    • Establish the Company as a leading company committed to Hematology/Oncology, (and other therapeutic areas)
    • Maintain clinical, scientific and technical expertise in relevant Hematology/Oncology (and other disease state areas).
    • Collaborate with medical affairs, clinical development, commercial and serve as a resource to HCPs, large group medical practices, payers and formulary decision makers.
    • Develop and track key opinion leader (KOL) engagement plans – identify, develop and maintain long-term collaborative relationships with KOLs within assigned region.
    • Participate in medical and scientific exchanges with the medical/ scientific community including advisory boards.
    • Provide medical/ clinical teams with feedback and insights from interactions with KOLs and investigators.
    • Respond to and document unsolicited requests for information on Company products and clinical programs.
    • Support internal requests for dossier review and comment, medical review/consideration of potential business development opportunities and other unique projects as requested.
    • Participate in/support the training of Company’s field and home office employees.
    • Facilitate research collaborations (including Real World Data [RWD] generation and investigator sponsored trials [IIS]) with key investigators including helping identify, establish and maintain such collaborations.
    • Represent the company at medical meetings through Medical Affairs’ Scientific Booth coverage and other related activities.
    • Engage in speaker identification, training and evaluation and provide support for advisory board meetings as requested.
    • Collaborate with Market Access and Commercial colleagues for thought leader and institutional engagement where appropriate.
    • Adhere to corporate SOPs and ensure vigilant compliance with relevant legal and regulatory guidelines governing scientific interactions with physicians and healthcare professionals across all activities, including those related to clinical trials, scientific interactions with internal and external groups, and responses to unsolicited request for medical/ scientific information.


    • An advanced degree required (Pharm D, PhD or MD) preferred
    • A minimum of 2 years previous MSL experience necessary
    • A Minimum of 2 years of clinical or research experience in the area of Hematology or Oncology preferred
    • Ability to travel, locally and regionally, up to 60% with overnight stays (e.g., KOL meetings, site locations, internal meetings, medical meetings and congresses, training)
    • Experience working with payers of formulary committees strongly preferred
    • Knowledge of FDA requirements and PhRMA Code, including regulations governing compliant scientific exchange
    • Demonstrated ability to integrate and work in cross functional network/matrix
    • Demonstrated project management ability
    • Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills
    • Valid driver’s license


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