• Company: Johnson & Johnson
  • Location: Horsham, Pennsylvania
  • Posted: March 25, 2017
  • Reference ID: 3570170306-en-us

US Medical Affairs is the medical organization within Janssen’s US business that is responsible for all medical aspects of life cycle management of approved drugs. We work in conjunction with key internal Janssen stakeholders such as Health Economics and Outcomes Research, Marketing, and Medical Communication and external stakeholders such as health care providers and investigators, to generate and disseminate medical information and to support the commercialization of approved products. Scientific development and exchange, and evidence generation are critical to these responsibilities. Strategic plans for the upcoming year and the longer term future are developed each summer through Integrated Evidence Generation Plan (IEGP) and Business Plan (BP) activities.


The program management group within USMA is responsible for driving the cross-functional program execution of all operational activities related to the Immunology and Oncology business units. These activities include project management support for ongoing and

new research activities (e.g. Company Sponsored Trials and Interval Safety Reports). Additionally, program management plays a critical role in the development of the IEGP and BP strategic plans each summer.

The Oncology Medical Affairs Intern will:
  • This individual’s primary role will be to assist with IEGP and BP activities. This includes attending IEGP and BP meetings, preparation and distribution of minutes and meeting summaries, and identification of action items for all scheduled meetings.
  • This individual will also assist the program manager and the Therapeutic Area Lead in other USMA clinical projects and research activities, such as the development and execution of clinical trials, post-marketing commitments and strategic data gap analysis projects.
  • This internship will provide exposure to clinical strategy, data generation activities, and life cycle management of approved drugs.

  • Qualified candidates must be enrolled in a Bachelor, Masters or Doctoral program in life sciences, medical sciences, chemistry, or business
  • Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States and not require sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g. H1-B status) now or in the future. 
  • Demonstrated leadership is required.
  • Candidates must be detail-oriented, highly organized and able to manage multiple tasks.
  • Candidates must have the ability to work individually (independently) as well as on a team
  • Candidates need to be proficient with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel (including a high proficiency with generating pivot tables and graphs), and Power Point, and have strong oral and written communication skills. Additional technical competencies in Sharepoint and other information technology systems are highly desirable, as is experience with PubMed databases and other literature databases.
  • Candidates with academic and/or industrial clinical trial experience are strongly preferred.
  • A minimum G.P.A. of 3.0 is strongly preferred.
  • Candidates must have their own transportation

Primary Location
United States-Pennsylvania-Horsham
Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC (6120)
Job Function
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