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Whether it’s helping invent the next breakthrough treatment or simply challenging and supporting one another for mutual betterment, our culture is about applied curiosity. We are dedicated to our team members’ growth and development, and empower each of them to reach their full potential regardless of function, geography or experience level.

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WHY MSD? Because we recognize that our people are critical to our mission of improving and saving lives and are committed to rewarding their contributions. And, that’s why we provide a valuable suite of compensation and benefit programs as well as resources to support our employees’ professional achievement and personal well-being. Together, we call these “Total Rewards.”

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A job at MSD is not just a job, it's a career. Many people are here for the long-term because MSD develops you as a person, as a scientist, and it develops your career down the road. The company has a commitment to you and to your future.

— Daisy Richardson, Ph.D., director, Analytical Method Development of Biologics, MSD

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OUR UNWAVERING DEDICATION TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

WHY MSD? Because of our unwavering dedication to diversity and inclusion. We value global diversity and inclusion at every level of the organization—starting with the Office of the CEO—and strive for inclusiveness in every aspect of work.



We are deeply committed to fostering an inclusive environment that embraces different perspectives and values the contributions of each individual. Having a globally and locally diverse workforce makes us a more innovative and agile company—and one better attuned to the needs of our customers, health care providers and patients who ultimately use our products.”
– Kenneth C. Frazier
Chairman & CEO

We are deeply committed to fostering an inclusive environment that embraces different perspectives and values the contributions of each individual. Having a globally and locally diverse workforce makes us a more innovative and agile company—and one better attuned to the needs of our customers, health care providers and patients who ultimately use our products.”
– Kenneth C. Frazier
Chairman & CEO



50.0%
of new hires
globally were female



33.0%
of new hires in the U.S. were members
of underrepresented ethnic groups



Throughout our 125-year history, women have helped advance our mission to improve human and animal health while advancing scientific research.

Name:Shu Liu

Position:Clinical Research Physician

Major:MSD Research Labs (MRL)

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“Since joining MSD China in 2012, I’ve had many opportunities to develop both my industry and drug development knowledge. MSD has enabled me to greatly boost my career development with a diverse range of exciting and challenging projects.

As a clinical research physician, I’ve had the opportunity to experience the whole life cycle of drug registration in China. Over the past five years, I have taken on a number of assignments with primary responsibilities covering different therapeutic areas and participating in a variety of development activities ranging from strategic development to final NDAs. Additionally, I’ve worked on the first large interventional LCE study (STRATEGY Study) in MSD China.

At MSD, there are no limitations for growth and I’ve always been encouraged to stretch myself, increase my knowledge, and develop new skills. I am proud to be a part of the “MSD family” and I’m happy to see that we continue to develop new drugs all around the world. ”

– Shu Liu

Meet some of the women whose hard work and tenacity have helped the world Be Well.

Elaine Pinheiro, Ph.D. principal scientist, Immuno-Oncology-Discovery

“I am working to extend the benefits of our medicines to potentially help more patients.”

Elaine Pinheiro, now a principal scientist in Biology-Discovery at MSD Research Laboratories, came to MSD in 2011 from the Belfer Institute of Applied Cancer Sciences at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, where she served as a group leader in oncology target discovery and validation.

"I am working to extend the benefits of our medicines to potentially help more patients. One way we hope to do that is through combination therapies," says Elaine. "I am part of a group that conducts preclinical studies to understand how various combinations may work – and rule out combinations that won't."

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