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Medical Science Liaison - Southeast Oncology

  • Location

    Tampa, FL

  • Sector:

    Life Sciences

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  • Salary:

    140,000 - 180,000

  • Contact:

    Alexander Fenyn

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

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An International Oncology focused Pharmaceutical company is looking for a Medical Science Liaison to join their close-knit team. This MSL would be providing support on Hem-Oncology programs in the later stages of the clinical trial setting.  As the company is nearing a product launch, the MSL would be tasked to lead pre-launch initiatives, KOL identification and engagements, and provide support on Medical Affairs initiatives. This MSL would be responsible for covering eight states in the South East region. As a MSL, you would be part of a collaborative team that engages with each other frequently. This would be an excellent opportunity to be part of a product launch in the oncology space and leverage that experience to step into a Medical Director role in a few years.


  • Develop relationships with KOLs in the assigned territory based on scientific exchange
  • Engage in scientific dialog effectively communicating scientific content in response to KOL requests
  • Assess KOL alignment with the key elements of the scientific platform to inform territory and medical strategy
  • Develop KOL Advocates and Collaborators within your assigned territory
  • Compliantly support company sponsored research, investigator initiated studies and publications associated with MNK product(s)


  • A doctorate degree including PharmD, PhD, MD, PsyD. Postgraduate experience required with preference for Medical Affairs experience
  • Prior Hem-Oncology experience
  • Ability to travel 60% (including overnight travel) and possess a valid driver’s license to drive to assignments, unless otherwise specified

To learn more about the advertised opportunity, please apply directly or call 315-215-1810.