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Title: Medical Affairs Postdoctoral Fellowship

Location: Remote

 

If you are interested in the below position, please send your resume to [email protected] and REFERENCE THE POSITION TITLE within the subject line.

Role

Duration: Up to 24 months

Start Date: June 27, 2022

Fellowship Overview:

This two-year fellowship offers an opportunity to gain extensive experience within Medical Affairs at a fast-paced, innovative, patient centric, biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and delivering therapies for patients with B-cell diseases. Through the TG Therapeutics fellowship program, the fellow will develop and strengthen core competencies that are key to a successful career within the biopharmaceutical industry. These competencies include strategic and analytical thinking as well as project planning to drive results. Attention to detail and the ability to influence others as well as strong communication and presentation skills are also refined throughout a 2-year fellowship at TG Therapeutics. In addition, the development of strong business acumen in combination with scientific expertise bolsters the fellow’s versatility and ability to succeed as a biopharmaceutical professional.

Key Responsibilities

Curriculum:

The Medical Affairs Fellowship program is designed to provide hands-on experience generating and delivering scientifically accurate and clinically relevant information on TG Therapeutics’ products to healthcare professionals, third parties, patients and caregivers. Under the mentorship of the Fellowship Director and senior leadership, the fellow may have the opportunity to undertake key responsibilities within the Medical Affairs department, such as:

Scientific congresses strategy and planning

Advisory board management

Publication planning

Scientific platform and strategic messaging

Content development for scientific presentations to be used internally or externally

Medical materials review

Scientific training curriculum development

Fellows will spend one year in Medical Strategy & Communications, and the other year in Medical Information & Operations. Fellows will gain broader experience within Medical Affairs, including Field Medical (MSL), Patient Advocacy, and Publication Planning. As the fellow achieves competency in the Medical Affairs department, they may have the opportunity to gain experience in other functional areas of interest, including Regulatory Affairs, Research and Development, Marketing, Legal/Compliance, Market Access, HEOR, and Pharmacovigilance.

Education

PharmD by May 2022 from a US accredited program