Medical Science Liaison Job

Date: Jul 3, 2019

Location: Zhengzhou, 41, CN

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Requisition ID: MED004340

MSLs' engagements are based on in-depth scientific exchange in a therapeutic area and often lead to knowledge transfer initiatives and research. The MSL, in interacting with healthcare professionals and researchers, is governed by the following guiding principles intended to deliver unbiased and evidence based information

• Report into Global Medical Affairs.
• Have no sales objectives or accountability for prescribing or sales of any MSD product and do not participate in Sales Incentive Plans (SIP).
• Discussions between MSLs and Health Care Professionals should focus on bi-directional exchange of ideas on disease related topics, scientific presentations of data in the public domain, and reporting scientific results (e.g. discussion of clinical study results.)
• Product claims must be discussed in the context of clinical and scientific exchange, and shall be consistent with prescribing information and substantiated with reference-able data.
• Communicate evidence with fair balance, in accordance with company and local regulatory standards.
• If unsolicited, responses to requests that necessitate providing information or data that is not within the current product indication, must clearly disclose that the information being provided is not contained within the regulatory-approved labeling and that MSD recommends the use of its products in accordance with its approved labeling.
• In response to an unsolicited request for information, the MSL can provide references, abstracts and bibliographies for the specified topics. The literature and data that MSL use to support their discussions, as a general rule, are peer-reviewed, of the highest quality, and from databases and sites of information approved by the Medical Affairs Management Team.
• Slides must go thorugh proper medical review per local procedures prior to use. Refrain from use of corporate product trademark and branding in slide kits, unless expressly approved by Medical Affairs in the specific context used.
• Information provided will not be highlighted or annotated by the MSL.
• MSLs must not provide materials to Sales Representatives as these should only use materials approved in compliance with the Local Review Guidelines.


- strong scientific baseline knowledge in therapeutic area 1) Clinical doctor in the related TA (bachelor of clinical medicine degree or above) resident level at Tier III hospital (preferred) or resident to attending level at Tier II hospital. 2) Clinical doctor in the unrelated TA (bachelor degree of clinical medicine plus master degree or above) resident level (preferred) at Tier III hospital or resident to attending level at Tier II hospital. 3) Pharmacologist or Biologist (master degree of Pharmacology, or Ph.D degree for Life Science).
- strong, confident and engaging presentation skills
- outstanding communication and skills and the ability to function within a team environment.
- handling of multiple tasks at the same time and working under pressure
- proactive "can do" attitude and passion for the science related to the products and associated therapeutic area
- strong customer facing skills, listening skills, probing skills, and flexibility
- corporate culture competencies of Leader Behaviors, including Business Integrity
- experience within a clinical drug development environment preferred.
- be able to travel

Job: Medical Affairs Generic - Field Based
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Employee Status: Regular
Number of Openings: 1
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Company Trade Name: MSD

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