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Roche Diagnostics Seattle, Inc. MSL/Senior Medical Science Liaison, Neuroscience (Seattle, WA / Portland, OR) in Seattle, Washington

Overview: The Medical Science Liaison ( Neuroscience MSL) is a credible scientific partner responsible for providing clinical and health economic information related to disease states and the appropriate utilization of Genentech medicines (approved and pipeline). This field-based position will engage with healthcare providers, population health decision makers, and patients within their region(s), to further patient outcomes aligned with the overarching objectives of Genentech. In collaboration with their regional partners, Neuroscience MSLs are accountable for co-creating the local medical strategy and delivering for their customers. In addition, Neuroscience MSLs may be responsible for covering multiple medicines, as well as engaging in broad scientific discussions around patient outcomes and total cost of care, resulting in rich customer insights shared with key stakeholders across the organization. Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities: Ensure an end to end customer experience for Neuroscience specific customers within the regionDemonstrate deep scientific expertise about assigned molecules/products, franchise(s) and overall therapeutic area(s) to exchange relevant information and insights with top tier thought leaders and healthcare decision makers within a regionBuild, cultivate, and leverage relationships with key external scientific and medical customers and organizations in their region(s) to ensure strong understanding of evolving healthcare trends across the relevant therapeutic area landscapeDemonstrate proficiency in topics beyond scientific exchange such as value / cost of care discussions, hospitalizations, risk of progression, drug pricing pressures, reimbursement education, and AE managementEngage in continuous independent learning within the therapeutic area they represent and actively attend and participate in upskilling programs related to assigned molecules, products, disease states and relevant business topicsRespond to on and off-label questions with integrity, compliance, and adherence to legal, regulatory, and Genentech guidelines, policies & proceduresBuild and cultivate important working relationships across field partners to ensure an enterprise approach when working with customers. Be accountable to the regional team to shape and execute on local medical strategies within planned timelines Depending on regional needs and priorities, may be asked to serve in a Medical Affairs Executive Director (MED) role with specific customersIdentify and bring insights back in house to Genentech stakeholders through efficient and effective use of CRM system Assist with Phase I - IV sponsored and supported clinical trials, health economic outcomes research, other Neuroscience specific medical collaborations; provide clinical expertise and feedback regarding operational management of clinical trials to ensure optimal site selection and performance Share clinical and value-based expertise in the development and management of clinical and scientific communications for customers to include publications, conference data, and educational materials, as well as for internal Genentech communications and materials to be used in training and development activitiesEnsure assigned goals and objectives are met and that assigned projects and other work are completed on time, with high quality, and within budgetQualification: Advanced Clinical/Science Degree required (e.g., MD, PharmD, PhD, MSN, NP, PA etc.). BSN with extensive clinical experience may be considered. Knowledge: GCP (Good Clinical Practice) and ICH (International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use) proficientIn-depth knowledge of Phase IV/post-marketing drug development is preferredRelevant therapeutic area knowledge, dependent on customer baseComprehens

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