News and Job Postings

Stay up to date with all things happening related to the Pharmaceuticals Program! Have a job, internship, workshop or other interesting opportunity you think our students should know about? Email us the information at cgill@bu.edu. Click on headings for general information, and to access subpages. Bi-weekly we will send out Blast emails to the program with updates on events, Practicum/Job opportunities, and dates to know. If you’ve missed any of these emails you can view them here.

Boston Medical Center seeks Study Coordinator for US-Indian study on tuberculosis

By Carey Howard

Please see the attached job description. Interested people should contact HR or David Hom (David.hom@bmc.org). Study Coordinator Job Description 031014

Health Law Tutors Needed!

By Carey Howard

The BUSPH Core Course Tutoring Program is currently recruiting Health Law tutors for the current spring semester.  The Core Course Tutoring Program is designed to provide free tutoring in the MPH core courses for MPH students. Tutors may be from any concentration or degree program and should have received an... More

Join BUSPH Students, Monday March 23rd, for a Pandemic Trivia Game!

By Carey Howard

Pandemic Trivia Game Monday, March 23rd 5-6 PM L110 Sponsored by the BUSPH Community Scholars Program Do you love public heath, jeopardy, procrastinating, and pizza? Take a break from midterm studying and show off your epidemiology skills at the Pandemic Trivia study break! Dinner will be provided.

Still looking for a summer practicum? Check out the opportunities at Management Sciences for Health (MSH)!

By Carey Howard

Organization: Management Sciences for Health (MSH) Location: Arlington, VA MSH has two open projects for this summer: 1. Regulatory Agency models 2. Pharmacovigilance systems: International medicines related tragedies All internships for MSH are unpaid and take place in our Washington, DC-area office in Arlington, Virginia.  To round out the internship experience, we encourage our interns to meet... More

Shire is hosting a Biopharma Career Event

By Carey Howard

Join us for an exclusive biopharma career event. WHEN Tuesday, March 31st, 3–7pm WHERE Hilton Garden Inn Boston-Waltham Hotel | Waltham, MA WHAT Register now for the opportunity to meet with Shire business leaders and employees at this exclusive career event. Hiring managers will also be conducting on-site interviews for pre-selected candidates. ADMISSION FREE for those selected to... More

View Slides from Seminar Series on 3/3: Laura Krech Consultant at Promoting the Quality of Medicines Program

By Carey Howard

In case you missed the seminar last night, or wanted the information for your reference, below is Laura Krech's presentation: Krech BUSPH March 3 2015 for distribution

Hot job: Clinical Vendor Management Business Analyst at Shire

By Carey Howard

Clinical Vendor Management Business Analyst at Shire. They are seeking candidates with advanced Excel skills. One year of work experience in a clinical/research setting is preferred. Interested candidates can send their resume (no cover letter needed) to Julia Lanham jlanham@bu.edu in Career Services and the recruiter, Cori Borromeo cdborromeo@pharmalogicsrecruiting.com.  

The ID Grand Rounds: “The Global Eradication of Polio: A Case Study”

By Carey Howard

Shire Internships now available – deadline to apply March 6th!

By Carey Howard

Shire’s Internship Program offers students the opportunity to engage in real-world projects that help Shire to achieve its mission of enabling those with life altering conditions to lead better lives. See a list of our current intern positions and apply online here. You will be redirected to the Kelly Services website. Requirements... More

Upcoming BU CTSI Study Design and Biostatistics Core Seminar

By Carey Howard

Upcoming BU CTSI Study Design and Biostatistics Core Seminar Mary-Elizabeth (“M-E”) Eddlestone: PROC SQL vs. DATA Step Programming Analytics Specialist, SAS Customer Loyalty Team SAS Institute Inc. Everyone wants to know: Should I use the DATA step or PROC SQL to join this data? Take a behind the scenes look at how the DATA... More