Medical Science Liaison – South East Region
We work with organizations across several industry disciplines, with our strongest portfolio in the Drug Development and Clinical Research. With US offices located in Washington DC (East Coast) and San Diego (West Coast) we connect rare talent with emerging companies nationwide.
An emerging biopharmaceutical company specialized in antiviral and infectious disease is looking to hire a Medical Science Liaison in the South East Region. The MSL position is a customer-facing role with the mandate of supporting the medical and scientific needs of the company’s key customers and thereby supporting the corporate objectives. The MSL will support the company as a medical/scientific resource for physicians, healthcare personnel, sales and marketing departments. This position will provide current medical/scientific information and research through field visits and other methods of communication and satisfy the medical/scientific needs of the MS in their respective territories.
We welcome the opportunity to provide a full job description upon resume review.
- Must have 2-3 years of experience in an MSL role in the pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical industry.
- Therapeutic experience – antiviral and infectious disease
- Must have Bachelor of Science, Pharm.D, PhD, or M.D
How To Apply:
In order to be considered for the above opportunity, please send a Word version of your resume to the address listed below, and the appropriate member of our executive recruitment team will review your credentials.
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