***Limited to 10 participants to keep it conversational***
As an aspiring medical science liaison (MSL), you likely have many questions about the role of an MSL and what it entails. Recruiters and hiring managers will have questions for you, too – most importantly, how familiar you are with the position and the duties required.
And for the experienced MSL what are MSL best practices across the field? How do other MSLs handle certain aspects of the job and the recent changes?
With this series of roundtable discussions, my goal is to answer those questions. I will talk with different MSLs and other Medical Affairs Professionals about their career journeys and what they think it takes to become an MSL. This week’s guest is Dr. Tadas Rinkus, a Field Application Scientist and we will talk about his journey as a Field Application Scientist and what that role entails.
We will then move on to questions from YOU! In the email you will receive confirming your sign up, there is a link to a Google form where you can submit your questions. We’ll also take questions live and from the chat. So come prepared, and ask anything relevant!
After you sign up below, you will receive a calendar invite from me. Please make sure you accept the invitation. Log in (using the link provided in the invite) about 5 minutes before the start of the roundtable. The link has the password embedded, which will streamline the process. You will automatically enter the Zoom waiting room, and only those names that match with the registration will be allowed in.
Two minutes after the start of the meeting, I will lock the meeting and start recording. I hope that Zoom bombing will be soon be something of the past, but until then, I want to keep this a safe environment! I hope you will all cooperate.
Thank you for signing up and see you at the roundtable!
Recordings will be available 3-5 days after the roundtable for free for about 1 week and after that in our paid members section. The paid membership section is free for current coaching clients.