4 ways to identify KOLS and leverage it for your interview

Get a cup of tea, open Google and let’s find the right KOLs.

1) Look at the 4 or 5 major teaching hospitals/centers of excellence where you will be expected to work as an MSL and see who the top specialists (usually professors) are.

2) Look at who wrote the disease guidelines, the authors of these guidelines are by definition KOLs.

3) Look at the authors of the latest major clinical trials in the therapeutic area you will be working in. Make sure to look at your company and the competitors' clinical trials.

4) Look at the major congresses in your therapeutic area and see who the key speakers are.

 

Showing that you know who are the top KOLs in your disease area, differentiates you from the competition. You can include this information in your CV, mention it during the interview or include it as part of your clinical paper presentation.

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