This 1-year pharmaceutical industry fellowship is jointly sponsored by St. John's University, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Queens, NY) and Allergan (Madison, NJ) and focuses in the area of Clinical Development. The fellow will participate in the conceptualization, conduct, and management of clinical trials from Phase II through IV in therapeutic areas such as Women’s Health, Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, and Neurology. Fellows may develop study protocols, informed consent forms, final study reports, and other clinical trial materials and analyze, interpret, and report clinical trial data. Fellows may also have the opportunity to train and manage investigative sites. Additionally, the fellow may have the ability to rotate to other department(s) of interest.
The St. John’s University (Queens, NY) component of the fellowship will provide the fellow with the opportunity to teach didactic courses in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, complete a teaching certificate program, and complete a research project.
To request an interview please email Joseph M. Brocavich, Pharm. D., Senior Associate Dean for Pharmacy at firstname.lastname@example.org directly. Please attach your CV and a cover letter that outlines your interest and experience related to this position. The PPS scheduling function cannot be used to confirm interviews for this position.
Graduate from an ACPE Accredited Doctor of Pharmacy Program
St. John's University, Queens, New York, is one of the largest Catholic Universities in the U.S. The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers entry and graduate degrees including the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. In partnership with Allergan, American Regent and Daiichi Sankyo the College offers Post-Pharm. D. Pharmaceutical Industry fellowships in Regulatory Affairs (Global Regulatory Strategy and Advertising and Labeling), Clinical Development/Affairs, Medical Affairs and Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology . The length of the program is company specific. Please refer to the individual position for more information.