Health Economics/Outcomes Research, Pharmacoeconomics/Health Economics
The two-year Celgene Health Economics & Outcomes Research (HEOR) Fellowship program is administered in conjunction with Thomas Jefferson University. The Fellowship provides the Fellow with training and exposure to various aspects of health economics and outcomes research in both the academic and biopharmaceutical industry settings. The program is designed to facilitate and empower the Fellow in succeeding in an HEOR career.
During the first year, the Fellow will work as a member of the research team at the Jefferson College of Population Health (JCPH). In addition to having an assigned faculty mentor, the Fellow will interact and collaborate with other JCPH faculty and staff. The Fellow will be immersed in population health and HEOR through project experience, didactic coursework, and presentations at professional meetings or other venues. Since the background of the incoming fellows will vary, the Fellow may choose to pursue a graduate certificate or master’s degree through JCPH, funded completely through the program.
The Fellow will spend the second year of the program as a member of the U.S. Health Economics and Outcomes Research team at Celgene in Summit, NJ. The fellow will have the opportunity to develop, execute, and communicate research strategies to help define the real-world value of our hematology and oncology (HemOnc) and inflammation and immunology (I&I) products.
The Fellow will be selected on a competitive basis from a national pool of candidates with scientific and/ or clinical training in healthcare (examples include nursing, medicine, public health, pharmacy). Individuals having completed relevant graduate coursework and experience in health economics and/or outcomes research will be preferred. A steering committee with professionals from JCPH and Celgene will select the Fellow.
Deadline for application materials: December 15, 2017.
Additional Salary Information: The Fellowship provides a competitive stipend, tuition remission for certificate or master’s program course work, and medical and dental insurance. Vacation, sick days, and reimbursement for travel to Fellowship-related meetings are also provided.
About Thomas Jefferson University College of Population Health
Founded in 1824 as the Jefferson Medical College, now the Sidney Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University now includes nine colleges and four schools with 160 undergraduate and graduate programs. The first institution of its kind in the country, the Jefferson College of Population Health (JCPH) is dedicated to exploring the policies and forces that define the health and well-being of populatio...ns by providing exemplary graduate academic programming in the population health field. JCPH has offered industry-sponsored Fellowships in HEOR since 1994, making it one of the oldest and most established programs of its kind in the country. The JCPH Fellowship program has more than 50 alumni to date.