Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Practice, and Pharmacy Administration – Health Outcomes, Policy & Economics, Rutgers University is part of Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences (RBHS) and participates in interdisciplinary professional education and training partnership with Rutgers School of Public Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacy Administration – Health Outcomes, Policy & Economics, Rutgers University Fellowship Program offers a significant opportunity to individuals interested in real-world evidence data analytics and the broader field of health economics & outcomes research (HE&OR). The Fellowship program provides robust learning experiences related to the science and application of health economics and outcomes research:
Health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) methods
Data collection and data management
Analysis of large and small datasets
U.S. value assessment of pharmaceuticals
The Fellow will spend four days per week at GSK working in the GSK's U.S. Value Evidence and Outcomes Research Group near Philadelphia. One day per week will be spent at Rutgers University's Health, Outcomes, Policy, and Economics Program (HOPE), in Piscataway, NJ.
The Fellow will be immersed in GSK projects, encouraged to participate in teaching activities at Rutgers, and provided with opportunities to engage in academic research and publishing.
The position is for two years, contingent upon continuing need for this position, availability of funding, and a positive evaluation. This position is grant-funded.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Requires a PharmD., PhD, or other doctoral or scientific and/or clinical training (examples of relevant fields include health services research, public health, health economics, epidemiology, outcomes research, pharmacy, pharmacy administration, medicine).
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