Medical Affair's Specialist III - EXENT 


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Medical Affairs Liaison Specialist III

At Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll discover meaningful work that makes a positive impact on a global scale. Join our colleagues in bringing our Mission to life – To enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. We provide our teams with the resources needed to achieve individual career goals while taking science a step beyond through research, development and delivery of life-changing therapies.

Our work in specialty diagnostics – from providing diagnostic assays and instruments to clinical monitoring across disease stages – improves the diagnosis and management of blood cancers and immune system disorders. Your determination to put patients at the heart of every decision will improve health outcomes that people and communities depend on – now and in the future.  


Protein Diagnostic Germany

The Binding Site Group, a part of Thermo Fisher Scientific, is a global leader in specialty diagnostics, provides diagnostic assays and instruments to improve the diagnosis and management of blood cancers and immune system disorders.  The Binding Site’s Freelite® offering is widely recommended for multiple myeloma diagnosis and monitoring across all stages of the disease by major clinical guideline publications. In addition, The Binding Site is an active and influential contributor to the broader scientific community. To find out more visit

  The primary role is to drive sustained clinical adoption of the mass spectrometry solution EXENT. Sustained clinical adoption will be achieved through execution of scientific, publication and healthcare economic strategy, with a strong understanding of the scientific and commercial requirements to deliver a multi-faceted disruptive technology launch. 
Able to represent The Binding Site and EXENT at the highest possible level including presenting at Grand Rounds, Patient Symposia, National and International meeting. Support the transformation of the publications into commercial documents and literature.  Collaborate with Clinical Affairs, Evidence Generation and RA on the design of clinical performance studies and to contribute to the performance evaluation sections of regulatory submissions.

Duties of the role include:
•    Collaborate with EXENT KOLs both laboratorian and clinician, professional societies and patient advocacy groups to articulate the value proposition of EXENT and other TBS products and portfolio. This senior MSL role is expected to establish and maintain relationships with the most important of KoLs independently.
•    Proactively plan and initiate scientific collaborations that align with TBS scientific and publication strategy and support TBS value proposition. Oversee and manage externally sponsored research studies in full compliance with internal procedures. The senior MSL will be responsible for key strategic studies and those most critical for business needs. 
•    Gather and analyze (or oversee the analysis of) internally generated (clinical verification and validation studies) and externally generated (collaborative studies) data to create abstracts, posters, manuscripts and other scientific communications. 
•    Determine the most appropriate and relevant outputs for data, including which conferences to present at/journals to submit to.
•    Participate in conference and meeting planning and represent TBS at such meetings. 
•    Keep abreast of scientific advancements in the field of monoclonal gammopathies and immunological disorders, gather insight and information by reviewing and analyzing Real World Evidence and identify opportunities for research and for new product or claim development. 
•    Develop communication in response to unsolicited information request about off-label products or indications. 
•    Participate and bring proposals to the Scientific Review Board to assess new study proposals, providing feedback on scientific strategy during the process.  

This role requires international travel up to 50% with a Germany remote base

  • Requirements
  •  BSc in Immunology or Biochemistry or similar
  • PhD in Biochemistry, Immunology or related subject
  • Clinical laboratory experience
  • 5 years’ experience in the medical device industry or academic research. Proven track record in delivery of disruptive technologies
  • Scientific and medical writing skills. 


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