The objective of the fellowship is to provide training and hands-on experience in Pharmacoepidemiology and how Pharmacoepidemiology collaborates within the Regulatory Affairs & Global Patient Safety groups within industry. The Pharmacoepidemiology fellowship is for highly motivated individuals seeking to
build a career in Pharmacoepidemiology with a foundation outside of a traditional academic environment and gain experience conducting pharmacoepidemiology research with Regulatory bodies as the primary stakeholder to ensure optimal benefit-risk profiles of our products. The fellowship is an excellent foundation for exploring potential roles within Pharmacoepidemiology and will cultivate technical and non-technical skills through diverse cross functional experiences, ongoing mentoring and targeted training. At the conclusion of the fellowship, the participant may be considered for full-time employment, based on performance and availability of open position.
The Pharmacoepidemiology Fellow will be accountable for supporting the pharmacoepidemiology activities under the supervision of the Cardiovascular and Metabolism Pharmacoepidemiology Therapeutic Area (TA) Lead. The primary focus of this fellowship experience will be the application of quantitative methods for a better understanding of the epidemiology of diseases, efficacy of medical therapies and/or drug safety.
The fellow will work closely with the TA to gain experience in study design, biostatistics, clinical judgment, medical considerations and development of study proposals, study protocols, and study reports in the realm of Pharmacoepidemiology in bio-pharmaceutical industry. The selected fellow will be an active member of key cross-functional teams and receive training and experience in efficacy assessment, safety signal detection, evaluation, and management, regulatory guidance and guidelines, and the development of epidemiology documents for regulatory authorities.
She/he will be encouraged to present research findings with the opportunity to prepare a manuscript for publication as appropriate. The fellowship offers individual career development opportunities which will be tailored to the needs of the Regulatory Affairs & Pharmacovigilance department and the participant's personal goal.
• A PhD degree in Epidemiology by the time of appointment
• 0-2 years of experience
• Self-motivated and productive
• Ability to work well in collaborative, cross-functional matrix environment
• Computer experience with SAS programming skills
• Strong communications skills and ability to disseminate research to broad
• Experience with utilizing a variety of data sources to support epidemiology activities
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