This two-year Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology (QCP) Fellowship is jointly sponsored by St. John's University, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Queens, NY) and Daiichi Sankyo (Basking Ridge, New Jersey). The program will allow the fellow to learn about the development and implementation of innovative early clinical development strategies from first-in-man through pharmacological/biomarker POC (Phase Ib/Phase 2a) across all therapeutic areas and geographic regions. He/she will have the opportunity to act as a study scientific lead on Clinical Pharmacology studies such as special population studies (renal and hepatic insufficiency populations, drug-drug interaction studies, food effect studies and ADME studies). During the second year, the fellow may also rotate to different functional areas of his/her interest such as clinical development, clinical safety and pharmacovigilance or regulatory affairs.
The St. John’s University 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.
Please e-mail a copy of your CV and a brief cover letter (~300 words) that helps us to understand why are you interested in the industry fellowship you have selected and what makes you a good fellowship candidate to Joseph Brocavich at firstname.lastname@example.org, as well as DSIFellowship@dsi.com.
If you are interested in more than one Saint John’s University Industry fellowship program, then please provide one cover letter for each 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.