1 position(s) for Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation: PGY2 PharmD/Public Health Residency
Fellowship Position Office Location: 6 months in southern Africa and the remainder of the rotation in Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
POST-DOCTORAL PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY FELLOWSHIP – Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, offers innovative Post-Doctoral Pharm.D. Fellowships that provide extensive training in the pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical industry. This 1-year Fellowship position is a joint effort between the Rutgers Institute for Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowships and Bristol Myers Squibb. Program emphasis is in Public Health.
The Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation’s (BMSF) approach to addressing health inequities is to strengthen healthcare worker capacity, integrate medical care and community-based supportive services, and mobilize communities in the fight against serious illneses. As Rutgers adjunct faculty through the Rutgers Institute for Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program, there will be opportunities for the Resident to enhance their experience by collaborating with faculty through scholarship, publication, teaching and maintenance of clinical skills. During this 12-month residency, the PharmD Resident will spend approximately six months in southern Africa as part of the BMSF team with the Global Cancer Disparities-Africa program to help build capacity and provide training to partner organizations. Activities may include:
Training of pharmacy and other health- care professionals in disease state management and pharmacotherapy
Developing protocols and proposals incorporating the management of cancer from existing HIV/AIDS platforms
Helping countries develop surveillance and registries to collect data and treatment recommendations especially as it relates to lung cancer
Project implementation and management on field sites
The Resident will then complete the remainder of the program in Lawrence Township, New Jersey, working with the US-based teams on BMSF initiatives (including our US Health Disparities in Cardiovascular and Immunologic Diseases, Global Cancer Disparities - US/ Brazil, and the Robert A Winn Diversity in Clinical Trials Award Program) that address health inequities in the United States. Activities may include:
Researching issues for the development of grant program strategies
Provide expert review and technical assistance for pharmacy related issues
Connecting project goals with policy and advocacy advancement
Reviewing grantee reports and learning responsibilities as a grant maker
University-based experiences 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 bio-pharmaceutical industry as future leaders. 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) from October 10th through November 23rd. Candidates MUST use the RPIF website (http://pharmafellows.rutgers.edu) to create a RPIF Candidate Account and upload the required application materialsby the dates noted below. Please see our website for additional important recruitment information and dates.
Once all interviews have been completed, the company will notify candidates of their position-specific candidacy status.
Create an RPIF Candidate Account starting September 23, 2022.
Upload RPIF Application Materials to RPIF Candidate Account starting September 23, 2022.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. The earlier you submit materials, the sooner your candidacy can be considered. Upload your Letter of Intent and Curriculum Vitae (CV) by October 5, 2022.
Begin securing letters of recommendation because all 3 must be received before you could be considered for an offer. Submit all 3 letters of recommendation by November 10, 2022.
RPIF Representatives may reach out to schedule an interview. Please ensure your contact information is up to date.
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