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Medical Science Liaison (Haematology) - South London & South Central
Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) are key members of the affiliate medical department. This field-based roles focus on medical and scientific engagement with AbbVie stakeholders (including research and healthcare professionals, payers, and providers).
The focus of this role is on interacting with, and supporting the needs of, Tier 1 and 2 external experts. They work to communicate information and facilitate dialogue about AbbVie’s marketed products, and compounds in development, in a strictly scientific, non-promotional manner, and in full compliance with applicable national laws and regulations, guidelines, codes of conduct, AbbVie’s policies and procedures and accepted standards of best practice.
Key responsibilities :
where requested, but with the focus on Tier 1 and 2 external experts - either reactively (in response to a medical enquiry) or proactively (as part of a disease area awareness education programme).
Advanced degree (e.g. PharmD., MD, PhD) in a relevant scientific discipline is preferred but candidates with an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline and demonstrated experience will be considered.
Knowledge and Experience
Yes, 75 % of the Time
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