Rutgers Pharmaceutical Industry Program
The Rutgers Institute for Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowships will be visiting many Universities and Conferences as part of our outreach program. Please refer to the calendar to see when we will be visiting your area!
This 12-month PGY-2 residency is offered in conjunction with Rutgers Institute for Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowships Program of the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, and the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation (BMSF).
Now in its fifth year, the primary goal of the program is to promote better health through a systems approach including pharmaceutical care for HIV-AIDS patients in southern Africa and escalating increase of type 2 diabetes in the United States.
For more information on this exciting residency program, click here: Brochure Information.
Follow Priscilla Ko as she embarks on her journey, on her blog: P.Ko in J.Bo
Tomorrow, April 22, 2014 is Rutgers Research Day. This is a day where students, residents, fellows and faculty all have the chance to present any research they have completed in the past year.
At our last Professional Development Day (PDD) on Thursday, March 20th, 2014 the topic of the day was “New FDA Approved Drugs of 2013/2014.” In addition to our Fellows hosting a successful Continuing Education Program on the topic, we had the pleasure of having Tom Abrams from the FDA as a guest speaker. Mr. Abrams gave a great overview of his position at the FDA and spoke about the FDA’s Oversight Program For Prescription Drug Promotion.
The Rutgers Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program is an industry-based training program which partners with the leading pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical companies. The program is designed for individuals with a Doctorate of Pharmacy to further their experience in the pharmaceutical industry through work experience and clinical research.
Our Mission Statement
The Rutgers Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program is a structured program designed to provide hands-on training in functions ranging from coordinating clinical trials to liaising with regulatory agencies and research organizations, while preparing pharmacists for challenging positions within the pharmaceutical industry.