Medical Science Liaison

Birmingham - Calthorpe Road

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Medical Science Liaison

The successful candidate will work within the R&D department, the role focusses on supporting new clinical products in development (NPD) through from concept to launch.

Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Gaining an expert understanding of clinically relevant analytes, disease areas and clinical utilities.
  • Possess or achieve an understanding of the clinical chemistry principles that underlie IVD.
  • Contribute to the stages of assay development including design inputs, product risk landscaping, clinical performance studies, regulatory submissions and commercial launch activities.
  • Provide company-wide scientific training and marketing support for assigned NPDs.
  • Develop joint studies that advance the value of TBS products.
  • Analysis of internal and external studies, clinical trends and practices to support company objectives.
  • Develop and manage clinical relationships to support commercial strategy.
  • Maintain a comprehensive understanding of TBS science, including the biochemistry of target antigens, our launched assays, and the pathophysiology and investigation of immunological disorders and relevant haematological malignancies.
  • Production of peer reviewed papers and abstracts based on data evaluation from clinical studies.
  • Present data at key scientific conferences.
  • Respond to internal and external requests for scientific information relating to R&D products.
  • Occasional international and national travel required. To attend conferences and meetings with customers and collaborators.

Person specification

  • PhD in Immunology/ Biochemistry or equivalent combination of education and work-related experience (e.g. healthcare professional).
  • Excellence in scientific communication (written and verbal).
  • Data management skills (i.e., basic statistical analyses and data handling, interpretation of scientific data, and development of graphics) required.
  • Experience of working in an NHS / other routine healthcare laboratory, MSL or IVD experience desirable.
  • To be flexible to the needs of the business.

For more information about the role please contact Jane Birtwistle.