When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you’ll be supported in achieving your career goals.
The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) position will develop and maintain professional relationships with prominent healthcare providers and key decision makers as they relate to Thermofisher/Clinical Next Generation Sequencing Division products.
- The candidate in this position will provide presentations and enter into strategic discussions with guidance from the Head of Medical Affairs as it relates to medical/clinical, health economics and outcomes research data.
- The target audience for these discussions/collaborations will be with healthcare professionals, including individual physicians, researchers, managed markets medical and pharmacy directors, hospital decision-makers, formulary committees, consultant pharmacists, state Medicaid decision-makers, and others.
- Provide ongoing support for clinical presentations and meetings with key physicians/pathologists/oncologists as requested by field sales force and marketing teams.
- In conjunction with the Medical Affairs team, support Sales Clinical Training Support: Work with Sales Director to support training needs to enhance the team’s clinical effectiveness.
- In conjunction with the Medical Affairs team, provide Marketing Support: Support development and review of new clinical reference tools, sales aides, slide decks, and other resources delivered by sales operations or marketing for use by field sales teams. Assist Medical and Marketing teams on setting up and supporting Ad Boards, Speaker Trainings, and External Payor Reviews as needed. Support preparation of medical review slides and materials at national sales meetings, pre-conference meetings, field sales conference calls, etc.
- Scientific Meeting Coverage: Provide medical affairs coverage of key medical/scientific congresses and cooperative group meetings as needed. Listen for and interpret new clinical data and competitive intelligence, and report back on findings to medical affairs and marketing stakeholders