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Medical Affairs: Find the Missing KOLs

By Brian Castle Thought Leader Select is a company dedicated to one purpose:  helping companies in the life sciences to optimize their relationships with key opinion leaders in medicine. Biopharmaceutical, device, and diagnostics companies work with thought leaders in particular therapeutic areas and diseases as they develop and manufacture new treatment solutions for patients.  It’s …

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The Medical Science Liaison Society’s Samuel Dyer—The Thought Leader Select Interview, Part Two

Thought Leader Select is a company focused on driving industry collaborations among biopharmaceutical, medical device, and diagnostics companies with leading medical experts and centers of excellence, with the ultimate goals of these collaborations being two-fold in purpose:  better treatment options for patients and better outcomes for global public health.  As part of our company’s mission, …

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Top US Pharma Chooses Thought Leader Select for Obesity Centers of Excellence Initiative

October 18, 2012 (CHAPEL HILL, NC)  Thought Leader Select, a Chapel Hill, NC-based consulting firm serving the biopharmaceutical, medical device, and diagnostics industries, announces the commencement of a national engagement focused on medical centers of excellence in obesity with a top U. S. biopharmaceutical company. The company, part of a select group of global leaders in …

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Not Enough Doctors?

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M.Sc, MPH Recently, I read a Wall Street Journal op-ed piece titled “Why the Doctor Can’t See You” by John Goodman, President of the National Center for Policy Analysis.  The central point of Goodman’s piece suggests that under the Affordable Care Act the “demand for healthcare will increase dramatically,” and …

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