Bringing together the greater medical affairs community to collaborate and share best practices.

Expect to be engaged, educated, and inspired during this three-day virtual experience. Through presentations, panels, workshops, interactive discussions, and video roundtables, you’ll leave this virtual experience feeling connected to your peers and educated on where we stand as an industry, as we focus on key considerations for medical affairs leadership as we transition to a post-pandemic working environment and opportunities to make a real impact through the digitalization of medical affairs.

With the decline of the COVID-19 age on the horizon, we must ask the following questions: In adapting to the pandemic, what were your organizations driving forces; what learnings and takeaways will you implement as we look to re-deploy into the field? How will we do things differently moving forward?

We look forward to connecting with you May 5–7, 2021.

Five Reasons to Attend MASS Virtual

Reason 1
This Isn’t Our First Rodeo

We offer a suite of medical affairs events and have hundreds of virtual events under our belt.

Reason 2
Content is Relevant and Current

Leveraging our Advisory Board and analytics from our Fierce publications, we are confident in our content.

Reason 3
Best in Class Speaking Faculty

Featuring a diverse group of life science leaders, this event is the go-to place to learn key insights and strategies from the best and brightest.

Reason 4
Enjoy the Education at Your Own Pace

Pick the sessions most relevant for you and the remaining session content is available on-demand.

Reason 5
Engagement and Education

We'll keep you updated on new resources, in person/virtual conferences, trainings, jobs, news and more…

Who Needs to Be Here?

This conference attracts professionals from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries whose responsibilities include medical affairs, medical operations, investigator-initiated research, medical information, medical education,  publication planning, medical communications, KOL/thought leader relations, field medical, HEOR, and compliance/legal.