1 position(s) for Worldwide and US Hematology/Oncology Medical Communications and Field Medical
Fellowship Position Office Location: Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
POST-DOCTORAL PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY FELLOWSHIP – Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, has 40 years of expertise in offering innovative Post-Doctoral Pharm.D. Fellowships that provide extensive training in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry. 2-year Fellowship position is a joint effort between the Rutgers Institute for Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowships and Bristol Myers Squibb Program emphasis is in Worldwide and US Hematology/Oncology Medical Communications and Field Medical
This two-year fellowship provides an opportunity to develop an understanding of the functional areas of Medical Communications and Field Medical. Fellows will be afforded the opportunity to build a strong foundation from their first-year experiences in medical communications, as well as through early exposure to field interactions, that can be leveraged as they transition into a field-based role during the second year of the fellowship. Throughout the course of this fellowship, individuals will not only acquire disease state knowledge, but also master clinical data regarding Bristol Myers Squibb and competitor products. Fellows will collaborate within a cross-functional matrix (eg, Legal/Regulatory, Medical, Clinical Development, and R&D) through leading Fellow-driven projects with demonstrable business impact.
Function as a Medical Communications lead to enable the healthcare community to advance the science, accelerate access, shape medical practice, and drive appropriate adoption of Bristol Myers Squibb medicines.
Manage across a global matrix organization (eg, Legal, Medical, Clinical Development, Translational) to drive quality planning and timely delivery of strategically aligned medical communications, including publications, congress presentations, and scientific content (e.g., standard response documents, Q&As, and reactive slide decks)
Partner closely with the medical information contact center in responding to unsolicited requests from HCPs, payers, and patients.
Understand the communication needs across the therapeutic area and disease area that incorporate and align with enterprise-level strategies for the development and execution of functionally integrated medical communication plans, with application and pull-through to Scientific Communication Platforms and Scientific Narratives.
US FIELD MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
Field interaction opportunities with Medical Science Liaisons to obtain experience in the engagement of oncology thought leaders and other key members of the oncology healthcare team.
Play a critical role in the collection and analysis of insights, Medical Account Planning, and tumor specific training to gain an understanding of the market and therapeutic landscape, including development of quarterly TACTIC newsletter.
Work directly on headquarters–based field medical projects, and attend key Bristol Myers Squibb meetings (i.e., National Oncology Meetings, Medical Congresses, Continuing Medical Education, Medical Matrix collaboration, and Medical Science Liaison training)
Participate in weekly Field Medical meetings (regional calls, journal clubs, and national meetings).
Demonstrate mentorship as co-preceptor for APPE student rotations.
Analyze key field metrics with FM Leadership Team and understand business impact.
University-based experiences complement the industry experiences and include a Professional Development Series; opportunities for collaborative research, publication, and teaching; and participating/leading Rutgers Fellowship committees. These Fellowships provide a broad professional development opportunity in both corporate and academic environments to promote the role of Pharm.D.’s in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry and help fuel your career as a future leader. For more information and to apply, please visit our website: http://pharmafellows.rutgers.edu
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The RPIF program will be conducting initial interviews on a rolling basis virtually (video/teleconference) starting October 23rd. To apply, candidates MUST use the RPIF website (http://pharmafellows.rutgers.edu/how-to-apply/) to create a RPIF Candidate Account and upload the required application materialsby the dates noted below.Remember that the application process is on a rolling basis, so earlier is better. Please see our website for additional important recruitment information and dates.
Once all interviews have been completed, Rutgers or the company will notify interviewed candidates of their position-specific candidacy status.
Create an RPIF Candidate Account starting now.
Upload RPIF Application Materials to RPIF Candidate Account starting October 06, 2023.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. The earlier you submit materials, the sooner your candidacy can be considered. Complete the brief RPIF portal short-answer questions and upload your Letter of Intent and Curriculum Vitae (CV) by October 13, 2023.
Begin securing letters of recommendation because all 3 must be received before you can be fully considered for an offer. All 3 letters of recommendation should be submitted by December 1, 2023.
RPIF Representatives may reach out to schedule an interview. Please ensure your contact information is up to date.
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