Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 29/01/2020 Novartis, Internship Pharmacometrics for Master or PhD students

Novartis Pharma AG
Forum 1, Basel, Svizzera
Informatica/ICT, Biologia/Chimica/Farmaceutica, Statistica/Data analysis
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As intern you will work on your own statistics or pharmacometrics projects, under the guidance of senior-level quantitative scientists, to design and analyze clinical trials and/or perform relevant quantitative research. Various real-world problems will give you hands-on exposure to early and late phases of drug development across different therapeutic areas, including oncology, cardiology, immunology, neurology, ophthalmology, and respiratory care.

Potential topics include disease progression modeling, PK/PD modeling, survival analysis, causal inference, Bayesian statistics, and/or machine learning and deep learning. Interns will also attend seminars and other activities to enhance their understanding of the drug development process. Further, there will be opportunities for you to present their project results to all quantitative scientists and other stakeholders.

Requisiti principali:
  • Candidates must be enrolled at a university/FH as Master/PhD student in Bioinformatics, Biomedical Sciences, Mathematics/Statistics or Pharmaceutical Sciences/Pharmacy.
  • Flluent English
  • Ideal candidate should have a good familiarity with quantitative methods and/or modeling in one-two domains among the following: mathematical, statistical, biological, pharmacological.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and strong problem-solving skills.
  • Working knowledge R or SAS is preferred.
  • Some projects require a strong background in NONNEM, Monolix, Phyton and/or other software and languages.

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