Friday, May 7, 2010

Medical Science Liaison Jobs for Physicians

What's a Medical Science Liaison or MSL? Let's turn to Wikipedia for the answer:
A medical science liaison (abbreviated as MSL) is a healthcare consulting professional who is employed by pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and managed care companies. Other job titles for medical science liaisons may include medical liaisons, medical science managers, regional medical scientists, and regional medical directors.
Interested? If you want to travel the country (or the world) and gain some useful "field experience," then an MSL job could be a great way to get started.

Whether you have residency training or not, you can still get hired as an MSL (at least with many pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies). In general, you don't need to be board-certified or board-eligible to work as an MSL. Therefore, an MSL job is a great way to break into the pharmaceutical industry.

Click here to view a list of Medical Science Liaison Jobs for Physicians.

You can also view other jobs here on the NonClinicalJobs.com job board.

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