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From the PhD to Medical Science Liaison

Interested in working as a Medical Science Liaison (MSL)? Dr. Arati Sadalge Kreibich discusses her work as an MSL and provides advice on how you can transition from the bench and into MSL positions.

Published September 16, 2014

Arati Sadalge Kreibich, PhD
Medical Science Liaison

Arati Sadalge Kreibich, PhD has been a Medical Science Liaison in Neurology since 2013. Previously, she conducted basic research with rodent models in autism, schizophrenia and anxiety-like behaviors as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Pennsylvania and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. In addition, as a member of the Penn Biotech Group, she consulted on projects involving social media, marketing, and investment in the healthcare sector. She is involved in science outreach and was past Secretary of the Association for Women in Science, Philadelphia (AWIS-PHL). She obtained her PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania and BA in Biology and Psychology from Boston University. Dr. Kreibich is also an alumnus of the Academy's 2013 From Scientist to CSO course.

From the PhD to Medical Science Liaison

Arati Sadalge Kreibich