Medical & Scientific Excellence Awards

After the success of the inaugural competition, MSEA is back for its second year, highlighting this important area of work within the pharmaceutical industry. The awards are designed to recognise the outstanding achievements of medical and scientific professionals.

With entry options for New and Experienced Medical Science Liaisons, Medical/Scientific Advisors & Medical Information Professionals – wherever you are in your career, there is a category for you!

The competition is free to enter and competitors will have the chance to test themselves against the best-of-the-best and gain invaluable insights and feedback from judges.

More than a competition, it’s also a unique training and development opportunity, with on-the-day workshops and training sessions from industry experts.

So don’t delay, talk to your line-manager and get your entry in now!

Finals day will be taking place at the IQVIA offices based in Reading, with the awards ceremony at a TBC venue nearby.

Key dates

Entry Opens
Entry Closes
Finals Day & Awards Ceremony
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Finals day location confirmed for the 2019 Medical & Scientific Excellence Awards

PharmaTimes are pleased to announce that this year’s finals day challenges will be taking place at the IQVIA offices based in Reading on the 5th December 2019 – with the awards ceremony taking place later that evening at a TBA venue.

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Finalists give their thoughts on the Medical & Scientific Excellence Awards

The PharmaTimes Medical & Scientific Excellence Awards have been praised by last year’s finalists on it’s great learning and development process.

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MSEA 2018 winner shares how the finals day has helped to enhance his area of expertise

The 2018 winner of the New Medical Science Liaison of the Year shares his experience with the competition and how it has helped to sharpen his skills.