Evidence for Access (E4A) is a team with diverse business and clinical expertise that generates data to support evidence-based care decisions, advocate for optimal patient outcomes and experiences to demonstrate the value propositions of our medicines.
The Technical Institute (TI) within E4A is the internal consulting group conducting real-world data and modeling studies supporting the mission of Genentech. The Technical Institute is seeking to recruit two summer interns to help us conduct real-world studies and economic evaluations of healthcare interventions and translate findings into meaningful scientific exchanges for improved patient access.
Candidates must be highly self-motivated and willing to work independently and as part of multi-disciplinary teams that work hard in an atmosphere of casual intensity developing medicines for unmet medical needs. In this role, you will have an opportunity to work on molecules across BioOncology, Neurology, Immunology and Ophthalmology.
Assist team members to execute retrospective observational studies using in-house RWD
Analyze secondary data, including insurance claims, electronic medical record, patient survey, and disease registry
Design, develop, test, implement, validate and document efficient SAS/SQL/Stata programs for conducting, analyzing and reporting observational database studies.
Draft research abstracts, posters and manuscripts for publication
Gather clinical and economic data from the literature for modeling inputs
Assist in budget impact model/cost effectiveness design and implementation
Engage in a variety of activities, including development of data analysis plans, analysis codes, model conceptualization and implementation, abstracts and manuscripts
Gain hands-on experience in designing, developing and communicating health economic models and/or in conducting database analysis
Receive one-to-one training on the technical aspects of the role while learning about effective communication
Apply research methodology and conduct analyses to generate information on the costs and benefits of medical interventions to support product and market development, reimbursement
Currently pursuing a MPH/MS/PhD; Economics, public health, statistics, public policy, or health services research disciplines are preferred
Coursework in economic modeling, research methods and statistical analyses (middle to advanced level e.g., multivariate regression models, logistic regression, survival analyses and/or predictive models)
Knowledge of the US healthcare payment and reimbursement systems
Working knowledge of SAS (e.g., SAS Base, SAS STAT, SAS Macros and SQL)
Proficient in excel and powerpoint
Problem-solving mindset and willingness to work independently and collaboratively to find solutions
Previous experience in the job duties listed, either through course work or industry/academia
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 00455575
Genentech, Inc., is a biotechnology corporation which became a subsidiary of Roche in 2009. Genentech Research and Early Development operates as an independent center within Roche.