Partner Companies

Sanofi

Sanofi Website
55 Corporate Drive, Bridgewater, NJ 08807

Fellowship Duration

1 and 2 years

Fellowship Positions Available

Global Medical Information (One-year)

One Trade/Access Services

Global Pharmacovigilance

Global Regulatory Affairs

Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Strategic Marketing

US/Global Cardiovascular Medical Affairs

US Diabetes Medical Affairs

Public Affairs and Advocacy

Clinical Documentation

Company Information

Sanofi is a diversified global healthcare leader focused on patients’ needs. We act with our partners to protect health, enhance life and respond to the potential healthcare needs of the 7 billion people around the world. Sanofi also demonstrates leadership in both business achievements and in the communities in which we operate.

Position Detailed Descriptions

Global Medical Information

The Global Medical Information department at Sanofi provides medical and drug information on Sanofi products and therapeutic areas to healthcare professionals, consumers, and associates. Our Medical Information specialists offer expertise in the cardiovascular, immunology, diabetes, oncology, internal medicine/biosurgery and consumer health areas.

One Trade/Access Services

The One-Trade group is a shared function across the Sanofi business units looking to establish efficient & sustainable distribution models (wholesaler, direct distribution) and point of care services (retail, specialty pharmacy) which maximize One Sanofi’s portfolio & competitively differentiates our channel actions. As the channel customers are highly integrated & vertically aligned, Trade is a key stakeholder, along with functions such as market access and the commercial brand teams to ensure Sanofi has an organized approach to its customers. One Trade is composed of our home office team as well as field account executives calling on highly integrated accounts in the wholesale, retail and specialty pharmacy space looking to develop business capabilities and innovative solutions that benefit patients across the Sanofi portfolio.

This 2-year Fellowship provides an opportunity to gain experience across a wide range of pharmacy channel-specific areas, as part of a broader matrix. The Fellow will learn and interact with a broad range of activities and teams including: Sales, Marketing, Market Access, Medical, Regulatory, Legal, and Public Affairs. The Fellow, as an integral member of the team, will actively lead and contribute to projects to help support our internal and external customers as it relates to the dynamic pharmacy setting. Further, the Fellow will own projects in the retail and / or specialty pharmacy space and work closely with the brand & payer marketing teams to ensure the channel solution leads to a benefit to the ultimate user, the patient. Ensuring we provide a seamless patient experience regardless of the access point (specialty, retail, mail order) is key to differentiating the journey we look to provide within One Trade / Access Services.

Global Pharmacovigilance (GPV)

This 2-year program is a joint effort between Rutgers and Sanofi in Global Pharmacovigilance. The Fellow will develop a solid foundation in pharmacovigilance through rotations in multiple therapeutic areas and skills to critically evaluate, interpret, and present safety data. University-based experiences include a Professional Development Series and opportunities for collaborative research, publication, and teaching. This fellowship provides a broad knowledge base in corporate industry activities and promotes the role of the Pharm.D. within pharmacovigilance.

Global Regulatory Affairs

At Sanofi, Global Regulatory Affairs (GRA) develops and leads the regulatory strategic direction for marketed products and investigational compounds to maximize value for our internal and external stakeholders. GRA applies scientific, professional, and regulatory standards in the support of Sanofi’s Commercial Operations to meet business objectives while minimizing associated risks and advancing public health. It is recognized as an integral and valued partner in the Sanofi organization. The Global Regulatory Affairs Fellowship will provide the Fellow with the necessary tools to become a knowledgeable and confident Regulatory Affairs professional with opportunities to interact with multi-disciplinary teams in fulfilling broad regulatory responsibilities for marketed products and investigational compounds.

Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR)

This 2-year fellowship places the Fellow in Sanofi’s global Health Economics and Outcomes Research group within the U.S. Medical Affairs organization. HEOR has the mission of developing, translating, and communicating scientific evidence for use by health care providers, payers, and other customers in order to facilitate access and use of the best treatments for patients. A principal objective of the group is to leverage Health Economics and Outcomes Research data to demonstrate the value that Sanofi products bring to payers. HEOR accomplishes this goal by generating and publishing research studies, conducting collaborative projects with various stakeholders, and partnering with other components of the broader Sanofi organization to develop solutions that address unmet medical needs and product value propositions.

Strategic Marketing

At Sanofi US, Marketing serves a central role in understanding customer needs and creating valued brands. The Marketing Fellow will be provided with marketing excellence training to help further develop the following competencies of a successful product manager according to the marketing model.

US/Global Cardiovascular Medical Affairs

The US/Global Cardiovascular Medical Affairs department at Sanofi provides technical information, strategy, and support to both internal and external stakeholders. The first year will be primarily working with the US Medical Affairs team followed by a year with the Global Medical Affairs team learning about the differences in strategy and tactics when applied world-wide. Medical Affairs plays an integral role in the launch process and life cycle of new and established medicines. The Fellow will support the execution of the Medical Strategy tactical plan, working across matrix teams as well as with our alliance partners at Regeneron.

US Diabetes Medical Affairs

The US Diabetes Medical Affairs department at Sanofi provides technical information, strategy, and support to both internal and external stakeholders. Medical Affairs plays an integral role in the launch process and life cycle of new and established medicines. The Fellow will support the execution of the Medical Strategy tactical plan, working across matrix teams for the duration of the 2-year fellowship.

Public Affairs and Advocacy

This 2-year fellowship allows the Fellow to join the Public Affairs team, dedicated to interacting with the external community, including patient and professional organizations. As an active member of the healthcare ecosystem, Sanofi is dedicated to listening to the needs of patients and finding collaborative solutions to improve patient outcomes. By connecting the insights, knowledge and resources of both the community and Sanofi, the team develops and delivers meaningful health solutions and partnerships for patients. This fellowship provides the Fellow with the necessary experience, knowledge and skills to make a positive and significant impact on patient health outcomes. Through collaborations with key healthcare stakeholders and colleagues, the Fellow will receive hands-on experience in various areas of public affairs while partnering with thought leaders. During this two-year program, the Fellow will enhance their understanding of healthcare systems, develop accurate, evidence-based, and timely solutions for issues impacting patient health, foster relationships with key healthcare decision makers, and develop skills to work cross-functionally in a global, diversified healthcare solutions company.

Clinical Documentation

The Clinical Documentation department at Sanofi is responsible for the development and management of medical writing deliverables that support the clinical portfolio in multiple therapeutic areas. The Clinical Documentation fellow will have the opportunity to gain familiarity with medical writing and regulatory requirements, and will work with project teams to prepare clinical and regulatory documents, including Protocols, Clinical Study Reports, Investigator Brochures, Common Technical Documents, and Investigational New Drug Applications, according to company and agency guidelines in order to support all stages of drug development. This 2-year fellowship will prepare the fellow to become a knowledgeable and confident medical writer with the skills to work cross-functionally in a global pharmaceutical company.

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