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Intern will work in BMS Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics Department. The project may include reviewing clinical pharmacology literature, summarizing clinical pharmacology public domain or internal information, conducting exploratory clinical data analyses, across various therapeutics areas including oncology, immunology, hematology or cardiovascular disease. Projects under consideration may include components pertinent to Phase I clinical pharmacology study designs in healthy subjects or patients (ie, DDI, Food-effect, and relative BA/BE), selection and/or optimization of dosing schedule, PK characterization in specifical population (pediatric, hepatic/renal impairment), support to emerging global regulatory interactions if applicable, and exploratory statistical/PK/biomarker related analyses, across various indications. The internship will also provide an opportunity to gain an understanding of the drug development process through interactions with project teams and opportunity to network with individuals from multiple disciplines.
- Conduct literature review and collaborate with the Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics Team and Project Team in contributing to part of clinical pharmacology plan to address a drug development question;
- Execute part of the clinical pharmacology project plan under the guidance of an experienced clinical pharmacologists; Coordinate with data scientists and biostatistics teams in developing the appropriate analysis datasets, and conduct exploratory analyses as applicable;
- Present results of clinical pharmacology summary, exploratory analyses, and contribute to the data interpretation;
- Collaborate with team members outside CPP function when applicable;
Qualifications & Experience
- Candidate should be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program (Ph.D., M.S., PharmD) in Pharmaceutical Sciences/Pharmacy, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Sciences, Engineering, or Statistics.
- Candidate would have trainings in generating scientific hypothesis and methods of validating (or rejecting) it, based on data, or be willing to develop such skills;
- Preferable with knowledge in quantitative methods or be willing to develop this skill set during internship. Hands-on experience or formal classes/workshops with one of the modeling tools such as R, SAS, NONMEM, Monolix, Phoenix. NLME, or MATLAB is preferred.
- Competitive candidates should have excellent oral and written communications skills and strong problem-solving skills
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