We have lived and breathed the Medical Science Liaison (MSL) experience for over 35 years - loving every
single minute of it.
Our mission is to become the industry leader for companies outsourcing their Medical Science Liaison development programs by
demonstrating the value our teams create for both internal and external stakeholders.
By providing cutting-edge, creative medical education platforms, along with experience-based training programs,
we equip our MSL teams with the tools needed to ensure their success.
When it comes to Medical Science Liaison team formation, we have a long history and strong track record consulting for Fortune 100 companies in the healthcare, medical device, and pharmaceutical industries. We relish the opportunity to take on the challenges of hiring, training, and deploying contract-based MSL teams across the globe.
Give us a call, and let us do the work for you!
David created the very first scientifically credentialed MSL team in the industry at BMS, and over 30 teams since. Over the years he has hired, trained, and managed hundreds of Medical Science Liaisons.
After starting as an Medical Science Liaison for Pharmacia and Pfizer, he became a National Director for various Medical Science Liaison teams. He was selected as “Best Board-Certified Licensed Physician in Internal Medicine” by his mother, Ilene Banks.
Elvis, a Jack Russell Terrier, was born in Ridgefield, CT on New Year's Day 2006 to parents Brown Trout and Michaela. His parents hail from England, and after moving to New York he completed his formal housetraining at Petco receiving honors in sit, stay, and come. You might recognize Elvis from his appearance on the 2008 hit reality series, “Greatest American Dog,” on CBS.
Turnkey Medical Science Liaison Programs
Consulting, Recruiting, Training, and Measurement
Over 35 years in Pharmaceuticals and Biotech
Started the first scientifically-credentialed
"I have worked with David at three pharmaceutical companies, and I have been pleased in all three cases. David's team really takes care of everything and allows the MSLs to focus on getting in front of customers and doing what we're supposed to be doing."
—Jeff Wojtowicz, VP of Global Medical Affairs Research & Strategies at Takeda Pharmaceuticals