Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Early Career Psychiatric Fellowship in Academia/Pharmaceutical Industry
The fellowship provides a unique and exciting one-year experience that combines academic and industry exposure for the early career Psychiatrist. It was developed by the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Department of Psychiatry in partnership with Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. and is intended to provide training in, and exposure to, various aspects of both the working environment and the role of a physician in the pharmaceutical industry. At the completion of this program, the trainee should expect to have gained experience in the design and execution of clinical trials and have participated in industry team meetings related to clinical and regulatory issues, publications and product development. The trainee will attend an external clinical development training course and will be expected to prepare and present at least one abstract at a scientific meeting. Additionally,the trainee will participate in psychopharmacologic training and patient care at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Department of Psychiatry.
The successful applicant will have completed four years of post graduate psychiatric training and be board eligible at the start of the program. Additionally, the applicant must be eligible to obtain a New Jersey license to practice medicine. The trainee will spend 70% of time at Otsuka and 30% of time at nearby Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and enjoy the benefits of living in central New Jersey, equidistant from New York City and Philadelphia.
For additional information regarding the position and its requirements, please contact Barbara Palmeri, MD, 671 Hoes Lane, Room D325, Piscataway, NJ 08854; E-mail: email@example.com; Phone: 732-235-4433.
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