The U.S. Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) organization at Celgene is responsible for developing, executing and communicating strategies to help define the real-world value of our hematology and oncology (HemOnc) and Inflammation and Immunology (I&I) products. The real-world evidence generated by HEOR aims to limit barriers to access, optimize utilization, and expand the clinical and economic body of evidence for Celgene products and associated disease states. The objective of the program is to fully prepare the fellow for a career as a HEOR professional through practical training at Celgene with possible supplemental coursework from Rutgers University towards completion of a related masters degree. The fellow will have the opportunity to understand the role of HEOR throughout the lifecycle of a product and will be involved with various HEOR studies, including comparative effectiveness, real-world evidence generation, health economic modeling, and patient-reported outcomes.
Please consider attending Fellowship Information and Network Day here at Rutgers Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy on November 22nd from 3:30 PM – 8:00 PM so we can visit with you about your interests. For additional information please visit our website: http://pharmafellows.rutgers.edu/applicants/fid.php.
We do not pre-schedule interviews for Midyear, so please do not request an interview via this website. Your emails will not be reviewed.
We will be scheduling interviews starting at 10 AM on December 7th. Prior to scheduling an interview you will need to view the Fellowship information video
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