The Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Program (APPE) provides select third-year pharmacy students with rotation opportunities in the areas of medical information, business insights & analytics, health economics & outcomes research, medical information, marketing, medical publications & content, strategy, policy & advocacy, pharmacovigilance & epidemiology, and regulatory affairs.
Degree Required: Must be in the third year of enrollment in an accredited pharmacy program Program Length: 4-6 weeks Program Requirements: Currently in the third or fourth year of Pharmacy school Upon completion of this rotation, the student should:
All applicants must be in their third year of pharmacy school (P3) with intentions of completing rotations within the following year. Our current application period will be from September 1 – September 30. Late application materials will not be accepted.
If you would like to apply, please submit your application using this link. The following documents are required for an application:
To be considered for the Bristol Myers Squibb APPE Rotation, you will need to complete the online application. At the end of the application, you will need to upload your CV and letter of intent as a single PDF document.
As stated in the online application, your letter of recommendation must be emailed to email@example.com by the individual writing it by September 30. Letters sent from student email addresses will not be accepted. Every effort will be made to match you in your areas of interest, however, due to preceptor availability, this is not guaranteed. You will receive an email notifying you on the status of your application.
If there is not an established contract with your university and Bristol Myers Squibb, please ask your experiential program director to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on setting up a new contract.
APPE students are responsible for providing their own transportation and housing for the Bristol Myers Squibb rotation.
Unless prohibited by applicable laws, your university must ensure that each student shall, prior to participating in the APPE program and at your university sole expense, have satisfactorily undergone a background check and drug screening. The Institution’s authorization for the background check must specifically authorize your university to share the results of the criminal background check with Bristol Myers Squibb upon request. In addition, your university must notify Bristol Myers Squibb prior to enrolling any student into the APPE rotation program who has been convicted of a felony, drug-related offense, or violent crime. Such a report will not necessarily disqualify the individual from participating in the program. Bristol Myers Squibb will individually assess each case to consider, at a minimum, the nature of the criminal offense, the time elapsed since the offense, and the location and nature of the activities that the individual will undertake in the program.
This pharmaceutical industry residency program in partnership with Florida A&M University attracts and develops talented pharmacists whose clinical expertise and innovative ideas fuel their dedication to improving patient outcomes. The two-year program provides a unique experience that bridges the gaps between oncological clinical practice and the pharmaceutical industry while enhancing skills and advancing your career.
Degree Required: PharmD Program Length: 2 years Program Requirements: Letter of intent, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation and academic transcript required; participation in PPS at ASHP midyear clinical meeting preferred.Download Brochure: Pharmaceutical Industry Residency
Follow your PharmD degree with a fellowship that enhances your pharmaceutical experience with valuable business knowledge. Bristol Myers Squibb offers one- to two-year post–PharmD Fellowships in partnership with Rutgers University, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy to qualified professionals who have earned a PharmD degree. This unique opportunity offers invaluable learning and networking experiences as you gain new perspectives and advance your career in the below functions:
在BMS，您将与一个多元化、高绩效的团队合作，共享使命携手改变。在此，您将获得不容错失的行业机遇，不断发展能力，提升自我。您将紧跟创新的步伐，与生物制药领域的杰出代表共事，寻求专业突破。我们重视包容、敬业与协作，在这里，您将获得专业的资源与灵活的支持，不断推动个人职业发展。Download Brochure: PharmD Fellowship Program
Each year, we select accomplished scientists to pursue a doctorate in a scientific discipline through a paid leave of absence. Take on advanced coursework and conduct a research project under the guidance of accomplished research scholars at a university. Advance your career to new heights. The program is designed to give physicians key insights and training to lead a successful career in pharmaceuticals. Fellows will benefit from:
Take your career from the bedside to the forefront of innovative medicines with a Bristol Myers Squibb one-year Physician Fellowship consisting of two six-month rotations in areas such as Medical Affairs and Clinical Development.
Degree Required: Postdoctoral degree Program Length: 1 year Program Requirements: Background in Life Sciences (biology, chemistry, biomedical engineering)
Take your career from the bedside to the forefront of innovative medicines with a Bristol Myers Squibb one-year Physician Fellowship consisting of two six-month rotations in areas such as Medical Affairs and Clinical Development. The program is designed to give physicians key insights and training to lead a successful career in pharmaceuticals. Fellows will benefit from:
To learn more about the opportunities provided with the fellowship:Download Brochure: Physician Fellowship Program Click to View Physician Fellowship Opportunities in the Pharmaceutical Industry >
Degree Required: MD or DO degree with minimum completion of Internal Medicine, Family Medicine or Pediatric residencies. Also seeking physicians with completed fellowships in hematology/oncology or immunology. Program Length: 1 year Program Requirements: Letter of intent, curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation required. Fellows will be required to attend biweekly didactics at Rutgers University.
The Research & Early Development Postdoctoral Fellowship Program offers PhD graduates opportunities to develop their scientific research skills in close partnership with experienced scientists at Bristol Myers Squibb. Postdoctoral fellows will have opportunities to work on breakthrough scientific ideas that have the potential to transform future drug discovery. Fellowships are offered across the Bristol Myers Squibb Research & Early Development organization with a strong emphasis in:
Fellowships will be offered across all of the scientific domains, on the basis of specific subject matter calls for applications. These will include, but are not limited to, approaches pertinent to BMS Thematic Research Centers as well as computational biology, PK/PD modeling, translational pharmacology, safety and toxicology, etc. A résumé, reflecting relevant subject matter experience, will be required to support an application to the program.
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