Oncology Medical Science Liaison, Women's Health - Chicago Job
organization is dedicated to delivering breakthrough innovations that extend
and improve the lives of cancer patients worldwide. Our team of dauntless,
forward-thinking individuals achieves this through an unwavering commitment to
supporting accessibility to medicine, providing new therapeutic procedures, and
collaborating with governments and payers to ensure that people who need
medicines have access to them. At Merck, our focus is on innovation and launch
execution excellence; we translate breakthrough science into innovative
medicines that help people with cancer across the globe.
The MSL is a
credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease expert who
engages in scientific exchange with leaders in the external medical and
scientific community. Scientific exchange does not include promotional claims
about any drug, vaccine or biologic product. MSLs provide to Scientific Leaders
(SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of
interest to Merck. MSLs also respond to scientific questions from SLs,
including questions about Merck products. MSLs have no sales objectives or
accountability for prescribing or sales of any Merck product and are required
to avoid any situations that could create the appearance that they have such
responsibilities. An MSL may not comment on or make suggestions with respect to
the diagnosis, treatment, or circumstances of a specific patient.
relationships and communicate with national and regional scientific
leaders to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of
therapeutic interest and Merck products.
discussions and maintain a reliable presence with those scientific leaders
to ensure they have a medical contact within Merck.
education and training to maintain current knowledge and understanding of
dynamic scientific and clinical environment in Merck’s areas of
inquiries on issues outside of MSL scope of responsibilities (e.g.,
research, grants) to appropriate Merck resources consistent with
a resource for the identification of potential investigators for
consideration for participating in phase II-IV clinical development
requests from scientific leaders, provide areas of interest and general
high-level information regarding the Merck Investigator Study Program
field medical team members, including on-boarding and/or therapeutic
(patient care) or deep research experience in Oncology beyond that
obtained in the terminal degree program.
discussions with key customers
including quality management.
communication, and networking skills
of FDA, OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations
relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its customers.
and work effectively in a constantly changing environment.
Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access).
Job: Medical Affairs Generic Field Based ONC
Employee Status: Regular
Travel: Yes, 75 % of the Time
Number of Openings:
Shift (if applicable):
Company Trade Name: Merck