UK Medical Science Liaison - Rare Disease

UK Medical Science Liaison - Rare Disease

  • Location

    London, England

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    Medical Affairs

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    Toby Ferguson

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

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UK Medical Science Liaison - Rare Disease

A newly created position with a growing biotechnology business looking to bring products to market in the rare respiratory disease space. This organization is established in the US and now looks to expand its presence in Europe, which includes building a team in the UK. This organization is bringing it's first product to market in 2021, which a further launch expected within the next 2 years.

Reporting to the UK Medical Director, your responsibilities would include:

  • External stakeholder engagement in the field and scientific exchange, including meeting with senior KOLs / HCPs to understand their needs and best support the right outcomes for the patient population
  • Implement and manage relevant educational meetings, expert panels, workshops, and advisory boards
  • Contributing to and execution of the UK country medical affairs plan
  • Supporting Clinical Operations teams to engage expert centres in clinical trial participation
  • Champion a compliant and ethical approach to external stakeholder engagement and medical affairs strategy, collaborating constructively with commercial colleagues
  • Support the wider team and Medical Director in additional ad hoc medical affairs plans as required

Candidates requirements include:

  • Degree qualified to at least BSc level (MSc / PhD / MPharm preferred)
  • An experienced Medical Science Liaison (MSL) in the UK pharmaceutical industry
  • Experience in rare diseases or respiratory medicine
  • Product launch experience, ideally whilst working within a small pharma/biotech company
  • Demonstrable experience engaging with senior external stakeholders in field-based medical affairs both locally and nationally
  • Someone who is capable and confident working in a small yet growing operation, where your duties can cover real a breadth of medical affairs responsibility

To apply for this position please use the "Easy Apply" option or feel free to send your CV directly to the Pharma-Partners team via email info@pharma-partners.co.uk