Life Sciences Consulting
Anyone familiar with medical science liaison roles within pharma? Curious whether they recruit only those with clinical experience or if consulting (with a biomedical PhD) is desirable as well. Anyone transition from consulting to an MSL role?
After today's call (Deloitte Advisory), does anyone know how the LS area is doing? Is it less or more impacted than other areas?
Anyone here exited to J&J that’s willing to chat? I’m leaving for there soon and would love to meet new people
Trinity 🐠- what are maternity benefits like? Is there required tenure before you qualify? Much appreciated in advance. Thanks
Can anyone speak to the reputation of Navigant life sciences? Obviously not as well-regraded as some of the larger firms, but how does a role with them look on a resume?
Advice requested (23, SC): Extremely interested in career where I blend technology and healthcare, focusing on pandemic planning and pandemic response (cont)
Trying to learn more about biotech and the Pharma industry. Any suggestions for blogs/newsletters/books to better understand the field?
Is ZS hiring and anyone willing to refer? 8+ years clinical experience, science masters, MBA, and 2 years in healthcare strategy consulting
What do you all think of Syneos? Any experience or perspective on quality/type of engagements, reputation, etc.
What do people with no life sciences education do in the long term in this industry after consulting? I have an MBA (no Life science formal education), but have worked in life sciences (contd.)
Is it a red flag if someone took 8 years to finish PhD without publication? (Applying for biotech/pharma research position)
Has anyone had luck in negotiating a higher title at a big pharma during the process? Like going into a Senior manager interview asking for AD or director? Assuming you have the qualifications.