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By Deborah Ebert LongSenior Vice President Medical Affairs at Vertex Pharmaceuticals Pre- and Post-Conference Activities: What Has Going Virtual Changed? With large gatherings heavily restricted
A quick online search of ‘how to ace your next interview’ will give you a lot of great suggestions and strategies on how to increase
By Casey Sanner, Scientific Field Director at Janssen 1. Great MSLs Have a Growth Mindset The moment one thinks they ‘know it all’ is the
The intended audience for this article are professionals interested in learning more about or trying to become Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs). These are suggestions based
1. Don’t simply show up.
Despite many promising breakthroughs in the health care sector, there remains a growing demand for the lifesaving therapeutics. I often ask myself, “Why
Think you’re too experienced for more training? Or say to yourself, “I’ve been an MSL for 10 years, what could I possibly learn?” If that’s
What Do You Look for in a Strong Medical Director in Medical Affairs? Many have compared the medical director role in a pharma/biotech company to
As a Professional Pharmaceutical Recruiter, I read and evaluate resumes (as well as CVs), every day. While I am not a professional resume writer, I
Accredited Medical Affairs/MSL Professional Development in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Trends & Future Outlook
As Medical Affairs continues to grow within the pharmaceutical industry, providing proper training and continued professional development is critical. Traditionally, pharmaceutical companies either: Develop their
By Dan Hennessy, PhD One of the challenges for any field employee across industries is feeling connected to the “home” office and the headquarters team
Recent data suggests that the average tenure for medical science liaisons (MSLs) at a given company is a little over 2 years. Which is lower