Our client, a Canadian pharmaceutical company specialized in dermatology and thrombosis, is currently seeking a Medical Science Liaison - Dermatology for Quebec / Atlantic territory.
DESCRIPTIONThe Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is a field-based position responsible for providing a variety of external and internal customers with medical and scientific information on the appropriate utilization of specific company’s products and with more general information about their therapeutic area and disease state.
The MSL will develop Medical Sciences Plan including KOL Engagement Plan and proactively build KOL support, by using a scientific approach that is aligned with the Commercial strategy and therapeutic area objectives. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide regional scientific leadership through credible scientific engagement with KOLs and as a subject matter expert, and will be accountable for developing and maintaining relationships with all the Dermatology KOLs;
Responsible for mapping, identification, and segmentation, of KOLs in the assigned region, and engaging KOLs with credible, fair balanced, scientific information about company’s products, activities, and product development initiatives;
Develop Engagement Plan for each KOL with engagement tactics such as potential speaking or clinical research opportunities, etc.
and build strong and sustainable business relationships;
Contribute regional scientific insights to the Integrated Scientific Affairs Plan (iSAP) and define engagement strategy for each KOL spread across entire lifecycle of the product;
Maintain up-to-date scientific knowledge and be an expert on their products and therapeutic area with regular and extensive review of scientific literature, attending key scientific meetings, training sessions and preceptorships.
Bachelor’s degree in science (Master or Doctorate is a strong asset);
Dermatology therapeutic area and market knowledge;
Thorough knowledge of the healthcare system, disease management and clinical research;
Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills;
Proven ability to develop and foster peer-to-peer relationship with stakeholders;
Ability to understand and summarize all aspects of clinical data and scientific publications;
Willingness to travel up to 50% of the time;
Evening and weekend work will be involved.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume to Michael Villeneuve at .Only qualified candidates will be contacted.