KGI’s fellowship program is the gateway for PharmD graduates to experience and explore the biopharmaceutical industry’s diverse working environment.
The Pharmacyclics US Medical Affairs Fellowship is a 2-year post-doctoral program located in the California Bay Area which allows a PharmD graduate to gain in-depth industry experience and knowledge within Medical Affairs. The fellowship is focused in the hematology-oncology therapeutic area. The fellow will learn various aspects of scientific communication, medical review, medical information, medical operations, global publications, advocacy, and health economics and outcomes research. The fellow will collaborate with cross-functional groups through AbbVie/Pharmacyclics which will expose fellow to strategy and the opportunity to work in multiple settings.
The Health Economics and Outcomes Research/Real World Evidence (HEOR/RWE) Fellowship is a US focused post-doctoral program that will provide a holistic experience at Novartis Gene Therapies. The fellow will be responsible for scientifically supporting the real-world disease registry, driving execution of HEOR/RWE tactics/studies through dissemination at key scientific congresses, updating the budget impact model, and reviewing economic inputs into the AMCP dossier. The fellow will also have the opportunity to work cross-functionally with leaders across the Medical Affairs and other functional areas based on their interests.
The fellow will join the Global and US Medical Affairs teams with an emphasis on scientific communication. Throughout the fellowship the fellow will develop the necessary skills to facilitate scientific communication ensuring the final messages are in alignment with the company’s strategic imperatives. Core competencies include engagement in congress and publication planning, medical review, and development of internal/external resources. The fellow will gain valuable experience on the Medical Affairs team and support products throughout all lifecycle stages.
The Medical Information fellowship provides an opportunity to learn the skills and experiences necessary to excel as a leader on a Medical Information team. The core responsibility of the Medical Information fellow is generation and communication of fair and balanced clinical and scientific data with key external stakeholders, including healthcare providers (HCP’s), patients, and payers The fellow will become well-versed in Medical Information responsibilities including but not limited to standard and custom response letter development, pharmacovigilance reporting, promotional content review, and insight generation.
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