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Servier Pharmaceuticals
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
11 days ago


BASE CITIES: Field-based - Atlanta, GA / Charlotte, NC / Miami, FL


REPORTING TO: Field Medical Lead – Hematologic Oncology

About Servier Pharmaceuticals:

We’re an organization, committed to modeling diversity, equity, and inclusion for the entire industry, and to maintaining an inclusive environment with equitable treatment for all. We are interested in growing our team with passionate, committed, and innovative individuals. We encourage all to apply to our open roles and are always willing to consider skills and experiences outside of what is listed in the job description.


Under the guidance of the Field Medical Lead for Hematologic Oncology, the Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is responsible for managing and executing field medical activities within a specific geographic territory and for contributing to company-wide initiatives that support Servier’s strategy. The MSL will serve as a critical link between Servier and external healthcare providers (HCPs), establishing strong professional relationships with investigators and other HCPs within the designated territory by engaging in the exchange of scientific information and supporting clinical trials designed to answer key questions related to Servier’s portfolio of therapeutics. Focusing on hematologic malignancies, the MSL will provide credible scientific expertise within Servier and share scientific insights that will impact the strategies of U.S. and Global Medical teams, Servier’s Leadership Team, and other internal stakeholders.

Specific Responsibilities:

Scientific exchange with HCPs

  • Utilize internal platforms to identify and qualify therapeutic area experts within your geographic territory.
  • Prepare and maintain a territory management plan that will be shared with Medical leadership and other internal stakeholders.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with HCPs by identifying therapeutic area experts within your geographic territory and engaging in mutually beneficial scientific exchange regarding disease areas, therapeutic mechanisms of action, clinical study design and results, and Servier’s development pipeline.
  • Collect, summarize, and communicate scientific insights with Servier’s Leadership Team and other internal stakeholders.
  • Respond to requests for medical information.
  • Manage concerns of physicians and investigators regarding trials, drug usage, and challenges related to clinical care.

Knowledge generation

  • Support company-sponsored trials by helping to identify appropriate sites and investigators, engaging investigators, sharing trial updates, identifying challenges related to the trial, and communicating appropriate information to internal stakeholders.
  • Support investigator-initiated trials by reviewing proposals submitted by investigators within your geographic territory, identifying the trials that fit within Servier’s IIT strategy for the therapeutic area, presenting select proposals to local and global review committees, communicating committee decisions to investigators, and maintaining effective communication with investigators through the duration of the IIT.
  • Collect, summarize, and share relevant scientific information presented at congresses. When assigned, coordinate the efforts of other MSLs to provide coverage for a specific congress.
  • Utilize common social media platforms to identify, summarize, and share perspectives shared between HCPs related to disease states, therapeutic options, and clinical trial results.

Internal contributions

  • Generate and distribute timely, high-quality insights reports based on interactions with HCPs and information collected through congresses, literature review, internal platforms, and social media.
  • Provide education to internal stakeholders, sharing up-to-date scientific information about a therapeutic area and/or company products.
  • Provide medical support to facilitate the listing of products in medical guidelines, RDL, and formularies as appropriate.
  • Participate in cross-functional meetings as appropriate, compliantly providing guidance and sharing insights based on HCP interactions.
  • Tailor and adapt internal slide presentations, as needed.
  • Collect frequently asked questions and propose answers to relevant Medical Advisors.
  • Support colleagues by engaging in peer coaching and teamwork across the Medical organization.
  • Execute all responsibilities within legal, regulatory, and compliance guidelines.
  • Advocate for the Medical organization and the MSL role by understanding the corporate strategy and describing how Medical (and MSLs, specifically) contribute to the achievement of that strategy.


Skills and Education:

  • An advanced degree, such as an MD, PharmD, or Ph.D. degree in life science. Health care professionals with significant clinical experience may also be considered.
  • MSL Role: 2+ years of MSL Oncology experience (including scientific knowledge in Oncology and Oncology therapeutic products) or 5+ years of clinical experience in oncology.
  • Sr MSL role: 5+ years of MSL Oncology experience (including scientific knowledge in Oncology and Oncology therapeutic products).
  • Experience with investigator-initiated trials (IITs) / investigator sponsored trials (ISTs) is required.
  • Product launch experience is preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills required, including the ability to listen, present scientific information with confidence and clarity, and engage in mutually beneficial scientific exchange.
  • Experience formulating and executing plans to achieve strategic goals consistent with the long-term interests of an organization.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Understanding of, and experience with, the legal, regulatory, and compliance framework applicable to interactions with HCPs, payers, patient advocacy, and other business partners.

Other Relevant Information:

  • Preference is for a candidate who lives in the cities listed above under “Base Cities”
  • Frequent travel is required. The MSL should be available to travel up to 70% of time.
  • Flexibility and comfort adopting new ideas, information, and approaches will be necessary to enable success in a rapidly growing organization.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 60807017
  • Location:
    Atlanta, Georgia, United States
  • Position Title: Medical Science Liaison / Senior Medical Science Liaison - South East
  • Company Name: Servier Pharmaceuticals
  • Job Function: Medical Affairs
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Required Travel: 50-75%
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