Medical Science Liaison
Joined GSK in 2016
What is your background?
I graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Pharmacy and a Master of Management. I worked as a Community and Compounding Pharmacist for a couple of years before joining GSK in 2016 as a Medical Representative. In 2017, I was presented with an exciting opportunity to join the Medical team, and I have since transitioned to my current role as a Medical Science Liaison for respiratory.
What do you like about working with GSK?
GSK is an amazing place to work in because of its commitment to excellent world class research and utilising its scientific capabilities to ensure that improving patient outcomes is always the number one focus.
What does your role entail?
My role primarily revolves around educating health care professionals (both in Primary and Secondary care) and disseminating the science and data behind the extensive research and clinical evidence that have been generated by GSK in the field of respiratory.
What has been your career highlight so far?
In my time with GSK so far, it has been an absolute pleasure to have been given the opportunity to scientifically engage and support health care professionals all across New Zealand in order to create a better understanding of our respiratory portfolio of medicines.
What do you do when you are not at work?
Outside of working hours, I can be found walking my dog, gardening, watching American Football (Go Packers!!) and occasionally deliberating whether or not to pick up baking again.