The post-doctoral fellowship program is based at Boehringer Ingelheim’s U.S. Headquarters in Ridgefield, CT. It serves to prepare pharmacy graduates for careers within the pharmaceutical industry.
BI has had a one-year Medical Information Fellowship program for over ten years, and is now offering 2-year Fellowship programs in Clinical Operations, Medical Affairs & Scientific Communications, Regulatory Affairs, and Translational Medicine & Clinical Pharmacology. Selected Fellows have the opportunity to collaborate autonomously across teams and departments while building confidence and skills. If you are looking for a program that will give you first-hand experience across various roles in the pharmaceutical industry, help you to build a professional network, and position yourself for a career in industry then this is the program for you.
For this position, Fellows will spend 9 months in Medical Affairs, 9 months in Scientific Communications, and 6 months in elective rotation(s). Fellows will begin the fellowship in either Medical Affairs or Scientific Communications. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Develop cross-functional project management skills by partnering with key stakeholders
Gain experience in planning and executing advisory board meetings and engaging Key External Experts
Train internal/field-based medical team members and disseminate data from scientific manuscripts, congresses, etc.
Collaborate with internal and external colleagues to support national scientific conferences
Provide medical review of promotional and non-promotional materials (e.g. Grant Review Committees, Human Pharma Review Committees)
Create and provide scientific and standardized responses to medical information inquiries
Maintain a comprehensive product response database and develop managed care formulary dossiers
Conduct tailored product trainings that meet the needs of diverse audiences
Strategize and develop publications for journal manuscripts, Congress posters, and presentations
Collaborate with the medical education team to organize and implement scientific advancement grants
Participate in reviewing, coordinating, and liaising with External Collaborative Research project leads
As part of the Fellowship program, Fellows will gain numerous development opportunities by:
Leading and executing a longitudinal research project to enhance business operations and presenting the outcomes at a national conference
Participating in field-rides with Field-Based Medicine colleagues
Enhancing leadership and management skills by precepting Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) students
Gaining an understanding of corporate structure, regulatory considerations and the drug development process
Networking across Boehringer Ingelheim to learn about various opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry and participating in skills-based volunteerism.
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without restriction
Must be willing to submit to a background investigation, including verification of your past employment, criminal history, and educational background
Must be willing to take a drug test and post-offer physical (if required)
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Additional Salary Information: The Fellow will receive a competitive stipend and benefits package
About Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Boehringer Ingelheim is focused on science that leads to more health for our patients and their families. The discovery and development of innovative medicines is fundamental to our continued growth and success. Our blueprint for innovation is tailored to accelerate the delivery of breakthrough medicines to the patients we serve by integrating research, pre-clinical and early clinical development, translational medicine, and external partnering functions. This fusion of expertise combined with a dynamic research approach and an increased emphasis on external collaborations means we can effectively incubate the most creative ideas and be among the pioneers in emerging fields of medicine.