The Takeda – Purdue Global Regulatory Affairs: Drugs and Biologics Fellowship is a two-year program designed to provide PharmDs with the opportunity to gain specialized hands-on pharmaceutical industry training and experience in Global Regulatory Affairs. The fellow will receive individual guidance from the Takeda Global Regulatory Affairs Strategy team and interact with global development project teams and Health Authorities as appropriate. The fellow will acquire a better understanding of the global drug development process and the role of both regulatory affairs and clinical development through participation in various activities in the United States, European Union, Japan, and emerging markets.
The purpose of the fellowship program is to develop trained fellows who will be prepared to take up the challenges of regulatory strategy and execution in drug development. This program will serve to maintain and enhance a scientific link between Takeda and Purdue University scientists; and it will aid not only the regulatory strategy at Takeda, but eventually serve to improve the drug development process throughout the industry. Graduates of the program will have the ability to serve in important roles in the pharmaceutical industry and/or in an academic setting. The fellow will be based at the Takeda Boston site located in Cambridge, MA with frequent interactions and a rotation with Purdue University.
PharmD graduate of an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) accredited Doctor of Pharmacy Program
License to practice pharmacy in any state (Purdue requirement) by December 31, 2020
Initial Application Materials for PPS Interview: Curriculum vitae and letter of intent, send to GRAFellowship@takeda.com
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