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Medical Scientific Liaison, Immunology

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ACCOUNTABILITY & SCOPEProvide scientific and technical input to local AbbVie Brand teams and external thought leaders using information that has been reviewed and approved by relevant local procedures, and under the direction, governance and oversight of the MSL’s manager, therapeutic area Medical Manager, or Affiliate Medical Director as appropriate. This includes working with local Medical Information teams, as appropriate, to respond to unsolicited requests for off-label information on AbbVie medicines.

Ensure adherence to all applicable national laws and regulations, guidelines, codes of conduct, AbbVie standards, policies and procedures.

 

Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with thought leaders in the product / therapeutic area for which the MSL has been assigned responsibility, to facilitate Abbvie research and educational priorities and strategic initiatives.


 

INTERNAL / EXTERNAL CONTACTS AND INTERACTIONS:

 

  • Affiliate medical personnel: Clinical Research Manager, Clinical Operations Manager, Medical
  • Managers/Advisers; Medical Information team / specialists; affiliate pharmacovigilance / drug safety personnel
  • Marketing and Sales of assigned product and therapeutic area; Market access teams; Affiliate Brand teams.
  • Affiliate Government Affairs; Affiliate Public Affairs; Regulatory Affairs; Legal; OEC.
  • Global Medical Information; Global HEOR.
  • Library Information Resources.
  • Regionally and HQ based Therapeutic Area medical affairs teams.
  • Area/Regional commercial Staff / Brand Team members.
  • International Medical Affairs teams
  • Project/Medical Directors and Clinical Teams within Pharmaceutical Development and Global Medical Affairs.
  • Healthcare personnel (including physicians, nurses, pharmacists).
  • Participating Research Investigators; thought leaders/external experts.
  • Institutions and Scientific or Medical Societies.
  • Hospitals, other healthcare providers, payers and Local Regulatory Authorities.

     

AUTHORITY AND REPORTING LINES:


 

  • This position typically reports into the Medical Manager, however reporting lines may vary from country to country.
  • This function is typically field based. Typically, up to 30% of an individual’s time may be spent working in the affiliate medical team head office – the remainder of time being spent as field based. This is subject to local needs, and the discretion of the affiliate medical director.
     

IDEAL CANDIDATE:

  • Pharmacist or master degree in a scientific discipline preferred
  • Experience in developing and maintaining expert knowledge for the assigned therapeutic area, and in medical research in general.
  • Solid knowledge of the pharmaceutical environment and the role of Medical Affairs to advance the medical and scientific objectives of a pharmaceutical company.
  • Demonstrated expertise in the scientific methods applied to clinical research and current legislative/regulatory controls applicable to this research.
  • Ability to comprehensively learn about new subject areas and environments.
  • Excellent written and spoken communication and presentation skills, with a demonstrated ability to develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships with thought leaders, physicians and other healthcare decision makers.
  • A good understanding of written and oral English is desirable.
  • High customer orientation.
  • Strong commitment to compliance with the relevant rules and procedures, and to scientific quality and integrity 
     

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