Takeda - US Medical and Scientific Communications Fellowship (1 Year Program)
Purdue University / Takeda
Location: Lexington, Massachusetts
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The fellow will receive a competitive stipend and benefits package, including comprehensive health and dental insurance. Attendance at one or more professional meetings, conferences or workshops will be sponsored by the fellowship.
Advancing Science and Education Together US Medical at Takeda is composed of several closely integrated functional teams, with roles and responsibilities that are distinct yet interdependent. The fellow will have the opportunity to experience, collaborate with, and receive individual mentorship from various functions within US Medical and Scientific Communications, as part of a one-year fellowship program.
Medical Information The Medical Information team supports the effective and informed use of Takeda's products by providing accurate and fair-balanced information to healthcare professionals (HCPs) and patients in response to unsolicited requests, in addition to analysis and communication of customer insights and metrics to help inform company strategies.
Medical Review Medical reviewers, as part of a cross-functional team, perform review of promotional and non promotional materials to ensure they are truthful and non-misleading; medically/scientifically accurate and relevant; supported by substantial evidence; and consistent with good medical practice and ethics.
Publications The Publications team provides strategic publication planning and execution support from non-clinical development through post-approval stages, for both licensed treatments and compounds in the research pipeline.
The fellow will be selected on a nationally competitive basis. To be eligible, candidates must be graduates of an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) accredited Doctor of Pharmacy Program before the fellowship begins in July. Participation in the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (ASHP) Midyear Clinical Meeting Personnel Placement Services (PPS) is strongly encouraged, but not required. The candidate must be eligible to work in the United States, as Purdue and Takeda will not provide sponsorship to foreign students.
• Curriculum Vitae • Letter of Intent • Official College of Pharmacy Transcript • Three letters of Recommendation
PLEASE SEND ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO: USMSCFellowship@takeda.com