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Janssen Research and Development, L.L.C., a member of the Johnson and Johnson Family of Companies, is recruiting Summer Interns for our Integrated Data Analytics and Reporting (IDAR) Summer Intern Training Academy! We are recruiting for the following departments: Clinical and Statistical Programming (C&SP), and Regulatory Medical Writing (RMW). The positions are for university students who will be entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year after the summer.
We are seeking highly motivated candidates to join our Summer Intern Training Academy. The Academy is a premier training program focused on developing and inspiring talent considering a career in pharmaceutical research and development. You can gain hands-on experience and help advance our medicines in development at Janssen! Remote work options may be considered on a case-by-case basis and if approved by the Company.
Please indicate your department of interest from the following:
As an intern in the C&SP department, you have the opportunity to plan, design, and develop statistical programs in support of clinical research analysis and reporting activities. How you can make a difference: Apply your knowledge of data structures and programming languages (eg, SAS, R, and Python) to the analysis and reporting of our clinical trial data.
As an intern in the RMW department, you have the opportunity to learn how to write high quality clinical documents to support the development, regulatory approval, and maintenance of our products. These documents include investigator’s brochures, clinical protocols, and clinical study reports, as well as summaries of efficacy and safety and responses to health authority questions. How you can make a difference: Apply your excellent writing skills, ability to interpret and summarize statistical and medical information,
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