Physician FIND 2022 will be hosted virtually on Thursday, September 22nd at 6-9 pm ET.
The virtual event will allow candidates to learn more about the fellowship program, recruitment process, and network with companies of their interest.
Physician FIND is open to candidates who currently hold a MD/DO, or who will be graduating with a MD/DO by July 1, 2023.
RSVP to Physician FIND
Registration opens on September 1st.
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FIND Fellows Spotlight
"I am a physician-scientist by training and currently a physician-fellow at Johnson & Johnson. Rutgers fellowship program allowed me to be exposed to the nature of healthcare being practice in the pharmaceutical industry. My long-term goal is to be able to leverage my skill sets to enhance the development of precision-based medical care, which will improve the healthcare of patients struggling with terminal illnesses globally. This fellowship has rightly positioned me to be trained by creative mentors who are willing to nurture my skill sets and maximize my potentials."
Olayinka Adebayo, MD, Ph.D., MSCR
Johnson & Johnson
"I have been a practicing clinical physician for more than a decade prior to applying for the Rutgers Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship. I was hungry to learn and be pushed out of my comfort zone. It was during the FIND session when I learned about the possibilities available through this fellowship. It was a great time to learn from current fellows and to network with participating companies. Coming from the clinical world, it was reassuring to see that there were so many opportunities for me. Currently, I am a Pharmacovigilance Fellow at Amgen. I will be rotating through all the different components of drug safety including Signal Management, Benefit/Risk Management, Periodic Aggregate Safety Reports, etc. The mentors I have worked with are extremely helpful and enthusiastic to include me as part of the team. I am very excited to be able to use my clinical experience and hope to gain the skills to launch a successful career in the pharmaceutical industry."
Edith Sonnenberg, MD
Global Patient Safety Fellow