The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) has been reported as one of the best jobs over six figures for healthcare professionals, yet is relatively unknown, even to the medical community. What is a medical science liaison, and what do they do? In this comprehensive must-have guide to the role, the functions of the role are explored, along with interviews with several MSLs, those that work around them, and most importantly, the customers of the MSL, academic thought leaders. Every healthcare professional, from a pharmacist, to a PhD, to a MD, should learn more about one of the greatest jobs that blend business with technical and scientific acumen.
In this, the second edition of the MSL Guide, bonus interviews are included from three former MSLs who answer the number one question for current MSLs: what can a MSL do in terms of a next career move? And, updates are included from the first edition.
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About the Author
Cathleen Sass, ASRT, MBA, PharmD has over 30 years experience in healthcare including more than 10 years as a MSL. She has worked for several pharmaceutical companies, both large and small, in numerous therapeutic areas.