Join a Team of Top Tier Scientists in the Making!
University of the Pacific’s Fellowship in Industry Program (FIP) was established in 2017 to provide exceptional pharmaceutical industry training for PharmD graduates. Past FIP fellows have gone on to become top tier scientists and proven leaders in industry, and you have the opportunity to join them! Don’t miss your chance to apply.
Both fellowships below are recruiting on a rolling basis until they are filled. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Clinical Pharmacology – Gilead
This two-year fellowship with guidance from the program mentors, will support research and development projects. The fellow will develop hands-on pharmacokinetic (PK) modeling and simulation skills (e.g., noncompartmental, compartmental, PK/PD, and population PK modeling using softwares such as Phoenix/NonMEM, Monolix), develop an understanding of ICH, FDA, EMA, PMDA and other relevant clinical pharmacology guidances and apply them in their work, and develop an understanding of Phase 1-4 drug development in different therapeutic areas. Click to download the Brochure.
Medical Information – Multiple Companies/Institutions
This NEW two-year fellowship is a novel academic/industry partnership with a focus in medical information with exposure to medical affairs and clinical research. It is designed to develop a robust foundation in critical thinking and problem solving along with sharpening leadership abilities. The fellow may collaborate with multiple pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, academic institutions, or similar (Department of Defense, medical device companies, etc.).
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Candidates must submit the following application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Letter of intent
• Curriculum vitae (CV)
• Three (3) letters of recommendation emailed directly from letter writer to FIP Director
• One professional writing sample
• Unofficial pharmacy school transcript emailed to FIP Director
Allen Shek, Pharm.D.
Professor and Associate Dean
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