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Global Medical Affairs (One Year)

The fellowship will include elements of medical information, medical affairs and congress planning.

Genmab US, Inc

Princeton, NJ

Genmab US, Inc. is an international biotechnology company specializing in the creation and development of differentiated antibody therapeutics for the treatment of cancer. 

The Global Medical Affairs Industry Fellowship is a one-year fellowship that provides in-depth training and hands-on experience in both medical information and medical communication, as well as experiences in congress planning.

Medical Information

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of a Medical Information professional in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Provide timely and balanced responses to Genmab external customers
  • Create and maintain a database of Medical Information responses, including consistently evaluating opportunities to innovate the content format
  • Provide high quality review of Promotional and Scientific Exchange Materials to ensure accuracy and appropriateness of content
  • Attend scientific congresses to provide support for Medical booths
  • Gather insights received by Medical Information to identify communication needs or data gaps to drive Medical Strategy

Medical Communication

  • Gain therapeutic proficiency of products within the Oncology Portfolio
  • Develop a global strategic publication plan collaborating closely with key stakeholders, including Medical Strategy, Statistics, Medical Research Team, and Senior Leaders
  • Develop familiarity with publication principles and participate in the development of a publication deliverable (congress presentation, manuscript 
  • Assess and identify gaps with Field Medical Resources, collaborating with Medical Affairs Strategy Leads, Field Medical and vendors to create and revise Field Medical resources, including slide decks, frequently asked questions (FAQs), and training materials

Congress Planning

  • Understand the congress planning process from identifying key sessions to developing summaries following the conclusion of the meeting while collaborating with a large cross-matrix team
  • Organize pre-congress training and dissemination of information
  • Contribute to the development of Scientific content for the Medical Affairs congress booth

 

Contact:

James M. Hollands, PharmD, BCPS
Director, Industry and Education Fellowship Programs

Address:

University of the Sciences, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
Box 34
600 South 43rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495

Phone:

215-596-8882

Email:

j.hollands@usciences.edu