Medical Science Liaison

  • Job Title: Medical Science Liaison
    Location: Greater Toronto Area
    Key Responsibilities:
    • Develop strong relationships with HCPs and provide them with credible, fair and balanced non-promotional scientific information the company's products, research activities, and product development.
    • Liaise with key internal stakeholders to build and execute comprehensive, dynamic territory planning with respect to the therapeutic area.
    • Act as a therapeutic area and product expert as evidenced by regular review of relevant literature, participation in relevant scientific congresses and conferences, and internal therapeutic area training, and to develop competitive intelligence on other products in the therapeutic area.
    • Assist in conducting internal training and communication with the medical, brand team, and territory managers.
    • Participation in HCP advisory board meetings.
    • Knowledge sharing, including KOL and site profiling, insight gathering, and education both internally and externally, will be a key area of responsibility.
    • Assist the medical affairs team in identifying potential investigators and research projects.

    • Minimum MSc. required (MD or PharmD an asset).
    • A preferred deep knowledge of the key MSL activities and processes.
    • A minimum of 2 years of experience in a similar role in the country, or a previous relevant experience as Medical Advisor or similar.
    • Diversified product launch experience, ideally in the area of Neuroscience.
    • Professional experience within the country specific pharmaceutical industry and ability to participate in productive scientific dialogue with KOLs and researchers.
    • Ability to present and discuss scientific material clearly and concisely through a variety of channels.
    • Skilled in clinical research and an understanding of the process of pharmaceutical product development and approval.
    • Willing to travel within territory and head office as required.
    • Able to function in a highly regulated environment and to adhere to all external and internal guidelines and standard operating procedures (SOPs), while responding to a variety of questions and requests from HCPs.
    • Able to work independently and be a self starter.
    • Flexible and willing to adapt to changing priorities and focus.
    If you meet the above requirements, please click "Apply" or email Michelle Belzile directly at

    Thank you.