Medical Science Liaison

Challenging career opportunity with a growing company that develops medical devices that promote healing with the latest advances in regenerative medicine. In this creative role you’ll be a key contributor to the company’s Medical Affairs Department, creating fair and scientifically balanced materials for healthcare professionals, regulatory bodies, and internal use. This includes Clinical Evaluation Reports, medical writing for conference abstracts, posters, and publications, writing for internal presentations, responses to clinician and consumer product/medical inquiries, bibliography maintenance, and information for investor relations.

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the Clinical Research Department in development of clinical study presentations, and preparation and review of Clinical Study Reports.
  • Contribute to abstract and manuscript submissions.
  • Provide data analysis and summaries, medical writing, and presentation support to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Work with customers, internal staff, and outside vendors on programs in support of pre-market and post-market initiatives.
  • Periodically attend conferences to engage with clinicians, current and potential customers.
  • Serve as Medical Affairs Representative on promotional review committee.
  • Maintain internal documents, product instructions for use, bibliography, and abstract trackers.
  • Stay current on emerging data on relevant therapeutic areas for the company’s regenerative medicine based products.
  • Monitor publications for mention of the company’s and competitors’ products.
  • Support responses to clinician and consumer product and medical inquires.
  • Maintain yearly maintenance of Clinical Evaluation Reports.

Qualifications:

  • Advanced degree in the medical field, life sciences, or public health.
  • A minimum of two years professional experience in Medical Affairs, Medical Science Liaison, Clinical Research, or medical writing roles in the medical device industry.
  • Knowledge of cutaneous disorders and defects, dermatology and/or plastic surgery.
  • Experience writing study protocols, abstracts, posters, manuscripts, presentations.
  • Ability to perform data analysis.
  • Understanding of clinical trial design, protocol development, regulatory pathways, and medical communication strategy.
  • Knowledge of Clinical Evaluation Report requirements, the promotional material review process, good reprint practices.
  • Experience with responses to on and off-label unsolicited requests.
  • Capable of managing multiple projects simultaneously, independently or as team member
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
  • Ability to travel up to 25%, depending on pandemic conditions, for conference attendance, clinician engagement, and in-person corporate meetings

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