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Medical Science Liaison (New England)

Organization
UCB Bioscience
Job Location
795 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
Cambridge, MA, MA 02139
United States
Salary
competitive compensation package
Benefits

competitive benefits package

Job Description

To strengthen our U.S. Neurology team based in the New England region, we are looking for a talented individual to fill the position of: Medical Science Liaison. 

 

As a Medical Science Liaison, you will identify and foster purposeful partnerships with key scientific influencers to drive new sources of patient value.  You will converse in two-way scientific interactions, disease state and treatment algorithm discussions optimizing understanding of UCB therapies for the right patient segments in a scientific and balanced manner within the local health ecosystem.  Collaborates to advance local patient value oriented initiatives (i.e., Medical, RWE) with key stakeholders.  This territory covers the entire New England region.

 

You like to work in an environment where you can:

  • Serve as the leading local scientific expert for UCB solutions.
  • Partner with key clinical stakeholders to advance medical initiatives, in definted strategic areas, to drive optimal patient care.
  • Support clinical studies, clinical development and share insights with the R&D team.
  • Provide scientific expertise and interpretation to strategic initiatives in collaboration with other local partner roles.
  • Capitalize on RWE and uses them to further reinforce the value that UCB solutions bring to patients.

 

You will contribute by:

  • Agile and proactive identification and management of key scientific and medical influencers based on local ecosystem dynamics and stakeholder needs and drivers (from push to pull).
  • Exploration and identification of new sources of patient value (innovative solutions and services).
  • Manage and generate product/ disease state data (IIS, audits, RWE etc.).
  • Support market access colleagues when applicable in presentation of RWE/HEOR/clinical information to regional and local payer accounts and formularies.

 

Requirements

Interested?  For this position, you'll need the following education, experience and skills:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Doctorate-level degree (PharmD, PhD or MD) required.
  • Business acumen with a solid understanding of the pharmaceutical industry, heatlhcare arena, and local ecosystems
  • Valid U.S. Driver's license with no more than 2 violations in the last three years

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Therapeutic, clinical, HEOR and RWE experience preferred.
  • Prior MSL experience preferred.
  • Neurology experience preferred.  Experience in Epilepsy.
About Our Organization

About Us

At UCB, we come together every day to work, laser-focused, on a simple question: How will this create value for people living with severe diseases? By putting patients at the heart of everything we do, our approach – from discovery to development to delivery – is continuously transformed and designed around patient needs and their journey.

With a team of approximately 7,500 employees worldwide operations in more than 40 countries, we are a global biopharmaceutical company investing more than a quarter of our revenue in cutting-edge scientific research. We are focused on addressing chronic, neurological, immunological, and bone diseases. We are looking for people with passion and empathy who develop a real understanding of patient’s needs and can deliver thoughtful solutions to decisionmakers across the heath care ecosystem.

Curious to know more? Please visit our website www.ucb.com.

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