This one-year fellowship in medical communications is sponsored by MedVal Scientific Information Services and PharmaWrite with an optional teaching component at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. This program will train and expose the fellow to various projects, including the development of scientific/strategic publication plans, planning/development of educational and promotional programs/activities, and medical writing. As an Adjunct Clinical Instructor at USciences, the fellow will have the opportunity to participate in formal educational instruction to PharmD students through lectures and small group courses.
MedVal Scientific Information Services and PharmaWrite are medical communications companies with a passion for providing clients with unparalleled scientific expertise to meet diverse marketing challenges in a continually changing and demanding healthcare environment. Our seasoned and diverse scientific team of professionals, holding advanced degrees in their respective fields, offers decades of experience in effectively communicating educational messages through print, live meetings, and electronic media. Our ability to combine scientific expertise with strategic thinking and marketing in areas such as publication planning, audiovisual presentations, special event planning, and speakers bureaus for some of the top pharmaceutical companies has allowed us to develop and manage programs across the globe in a wide array of therapeutic areas.
Interested candidates should submit a request for an interview through the PPS portal with a CV and a letter of intent. Candidates selected for a PPS interview will be notified by email with the interview date & time.
See below for information about the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 81855
About MedVal Scientific Information Services/PharmaWrite
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy is the first pharmacy school in the nation and part of the University of the Sciences. The Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacy Administration is dedicated to educating students in pharmacy, conducting research, and performing service to advance the University, the profession, and society.