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AstraZeneca

AstraZeneca Website
1 Medimmune Way, Gaithersburg, MD 20878

Fellowship Duration

2 years

Fellowship Positions Available

Global Patient Safety - Oncology

Global Regulatory Affairs - Oncology

US Medical Affairs – Health Economics and Outcomes Research – Oncology

US Medical Affairs – Medical Information/Medical Strategy – Oncology

Company Information

About the Fellowship

The US Medical Affairs fellowships offer opportunities in Immuno-Oncology or Health Economics & Outcomes Research located at our Gaithersburg, MD and Wilmington, DE facilities, respectfully.  Our program structure provides the opportunity for the fellow to initially explore various functional areas of our US Medical Affairs department and further focus their training with the Immuno-Oncology Medical Team or Health Economics & Outcomes Research teams.

The US Commercial – Oncology – Promotional Education fellowship offers an opportunity within our immuno-oncology marketing team, located at our Gaithersburg, MD to gain hands-on experience working on both pre-launch and marketed products at various stages of development to foster development of strategic and management capabilities needed to build a strong foundation in pharmaceutical marketing.

About AstraZeneca

We are a global innovation-driven bio-pharmaceutical company specializing in the discovery, development, manufacturing and marketing of prescription medicines that make a meaningful difference in healthcare.

Strategy

Our strategy is to Achieve Scientific Leadership, Return to Growth, ensure that AstraZeneca is a Great Place to Work while doing business responsibly.

Our Business

  • We operate in over 100 countries and our medicines are used by millions of patients worldwide
  • We employ around 61,500 people worldwide
  • We conduct R&D across 3 continents and we invested over $5.6 billion in R&D during 2015
  • We manufacture in at 29 site in 17 countries
  • Our sales in 2015 totaled $24.7 billion

Position Detailed Descriptions

Global Patient Safety - Oncology

The Global Patient Safety Fellowship is a part of GRAPSQA (Global Regulatory Affairs, Patient Safety and Quality Assurance). This two-year program provides the fellow with the opportunity to gain broad exposure to the inner workings of a global patient safety department during the initial months. The remainder of the fellowship will be dedicated to develop skills and abilities to function within a global patient safety and pharmacovigilance team. Through hands-on experience, the fellow will have the opportunity to support the reference safety information and risk management for both early and late phase clinical programs.

Global Regulatory Affairs - Oncology

The Global Regulatory Affairs Fellowship is a part of GRAPSQA (Global Regulatory Affairs, Patient Safety and Quality Assurance). This two-year program will allow the fellow will dive into the roles and responsibilities of the Global Regulatory Affairs Therapeutic Area Departments. The fellow will gain experience with Health Authority Interactions, manage cross-functional regulatory submissions, and participate in high level regulatory strategy development for both early and late phase clinical programs.

US Medical Affairs – Medical Information/Medical Strategy – Oncology

The Medical Information/Medical Strategy fellowship is a part of the Oncology Business Unit, with a focus in Immuno-Oncology. Throughout this 2-year program the fellow will be immersed within the US Medical Affairs Department, gaining experiences and developing skills necessary to support US and global cross-functional matrix teams.

US Medical Affairs – Health Economics and Outcomes Research – Oncology

The HEOR fellowship is a part of U.S. Medical Affairs. In this 2-year program the fellow will gain exposure to US Medical Affairs Department, specifically focusing on developing their skills within HEOR by performing HEOR research activities in support of business directed needs and initiatives.

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