Oncology- Medical Science Liaison, Mid-America
Labcorp Oncology believes in harnessing science to improve health and the lives of people with cancer. Over the last 25 years, Labcorp has played a historic role in launching some of the hallmark diagnostic testing for the treatment of cancer, including HER2, PD-L1, EGFR, BRAF, ALK, RET, and others.
As a Medical Science Liaison (MSLs) at Labcorp Oncology, you will utilize your scientific and precision-medicine expertise to directly support our healthcare providers, commercial sales team and drug development partners. MSLs will develop and maintain relationships with clinical and research leaders, support medical education and strategy, participate in research studies, attend medical and scientific conferences.
Provide timely and high quality responses to scientific, medical and genomic inquiries from healthcare providers, commercial field team, and drug development partners.
Provide advanced education as a scientific expert regarding Labcorp Oncology products (tissue and liquid) in precision-medicine and diagnostics through presentations and scientific exchange.
Maintain a deep understanding of cancer patient management algorithms and clinical utility of laboratory-developed molecular tests
Identify potential KOLs, clinical and research leaders, academicians, clinicians, medical directors, and other health care providers for collaborative initiatives
Advance collaborative research studies in oncology & precision-medicine by supporting design, execution, analysis, and publication of scientific, translational, and correlative clinical biomarker research studies
Represent Labcorp Oncology at national, regional and local scientific forums, including symposia, tumor boards, and training meetings.
Create medical and scientific education materials such as training materials, white papers, peer reviewed manuscripts, case reports, and abstracts.
Maintain medical affairs relationships by liaising and exchanging medical & scientific information with physicians and KOLs in oncology, pathology and drug development settings.
Integrate efforts with Medical Affairs for organization of scientific advisory boards, key opinion leader management, coordination of clinical trials, and execution of publication strategy.
Identify opportunities for investigator-initiated studies, and guide through the approval process and monitor study progress.
Provide leadership and strategies to develop advocates for Labcorp Oncology and its products.
Travel within assigned territory, 60+% of working time and outside the designated region up to 5% of working time.
Other duties as assigned.
Master’s Degree in oncology, precision-medicine or genetics-related field
3-5 years of work experience as a Medical Science Liaison (or comparable role) in a diagnostic, biotech, pharmaceutical, or other life sciences company
Familiarity with CLIA, LDT, Sunshine Act (2013), AdvaMed Guidelines, FDA approvals, 510k clearances
Understanding of HIPAA and the importance of patient data privacy
5-10+ years of work experience as a Medical Science Liaison (or comparable role) in a diagnostic, biotech, pharmaceutical, or other life sciences company
PhD, PharmD, or MD in oncology, precision-medicine, or genetics-related field, or 10+ years of work experience without advanced degree
Residing or plan to relocate to assigned geography
Exceptional communication skills and experience training and teaching others
Comprehensive knowledge of clinical diagnostic landscape and how data is used to guide clinical management of oncology patients
Track record of disease-specific subject matter expertise with respect to precision-medicine in oncology
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