Why Should I Join MAPS?

A comprehensive provider of innovative learning and development programs, informative resources, face-to-face events, and an active, ongoing virtual Community, MAPS offers exclusive benefits for its members.

With our non-profit status, MAPS is able to reinvest all revenue back into the society, which ensures our ability to create valuable programs and resources that support the Medical Affairs community. By partnering with members like you, MAPS is transforming the Medical Affairs industry to increase its value to companies and, ultimately, benefit patients and consumers.


Individual MAPS Membership Levels & Fees

for one year
    for two years
      Grad Student/Fellow 
      for one year



        Save & Get More With Team Memberships!

        Learn More – Download Our Presentation on Team Memberships for Groups of 5 or more

        Bring Together Internal Functions and Destroying Silos to Devise Strategy that is in the Best Interests of the Patient

        Stanislav Glezer, Chief Medical Officer, Adocia on the importance of being clear on the strategic intent of patient-focused activities.

        Who Benefits from MAPS?

        Our members include but are not limited to:

        • Chief Medical Officers
        • Medical Affairs Heads (Global/Regional/Country)
        • Therapeutic Area/Product Medical Leads
        • Medical/Scientific Communications
        • Medical Operations
        • MSLs/Field Based Medical
        • Chief Patient Officers
        • Evidence Generation/HEOR
        • External Medical Education
        • Healthcare Compliance Professionals
        • Grants Management
        • Clinical Operations/Study Management
        • Healthcare Compliance Professionals
        • Medical Information
        • Digital/Technology

        The Role of MAPS in Elevating Medical Affairs as a Function

        Paul Tebbey, Therapeutic Area Head, Oncology, US Medical Affairs, AbbVie discusses the role of MAPS in elevating Medical Affairs by bring people together to grow and learn.

        The Broader Capabilities Required by Medical Affairs

        Mary Alice Dwyer, Former VP Global Medical Excellence, AstraZeneca, outlines the broader capabilities required by Medical Affairs and important role of MAPS in providing a forum to experience share across companies

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        Join MAPS on LinkedIn to further build your professional connections within Medical Affairs through our Company and Group Pages.

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