This postdoctoral fellowship program enables fellows to gain research expertise in drug development, quantitative pharmacology, and translational research while preparing them for careers as clinical pharmacologists, or clinical pharmacokineticists in an industrial, academic, or regulatory setting. Fellows will first participate in clinical pharmacology and drug transport and metabolism studies with faculty at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, as well as enroll in advanced courses on PK/PD and clinical research methods.
In their second year, fellows will work at Allucent, applying state-of-the-art quantitative methodologies to drug development, such as conventional and population PK and PD analyses, exposure-response, and clinical trial simulations. Fellows will also contribute to the design and analysis of first-time-in-human, proof-of-concept, drug-drug interaction, or other clinical pharmacology studies and use advanced techniques as they participate in modeling and simulation efforts for quantitative decision-making.
The ideal candidate should have a Pharm.D., Ph.D., or M.D. and possess strong analytical skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, good organizational abilities, and evidence of leadership, independence, and teamwork. A background in pharmacokinetics is preferred.
To apply to this fellowship, please visit the application website.
Building upon Pharm-Olam and CATO-SMS legacy programs, the Allucent CRA Academy Training Program provides a hybrid approach to learning the needed skills and best practices to effectively monitor a clinical research study. This is the first step in pursuing an exciting and desirable career path connected to ensuring the safety, rights, and well-being of subjects participating in clinical research studies. The program is designed to allow for graduation as an assigned monitoring CRA in as short as four weeks. During this time, our candidates participate in live webinars, standard course work, interactive learning, on-the-job training, and online simulated monitoring scenarios to objectively demonstrate and check your progress. Coursework and interactive learning is based on ICH GCP and applicable regulations and guidelines combined with Standard Operating Procedures to ensure consistent quality and compliance. Live webinar instructors include Allucent subject-matter experts spanning the globe. This academic program is supported by visits on-site with experienced CRAs to learn tips for Source Data review, organizational skills, and communication with site staff. Following graduation of the program and assignment or alignment to a Sponsor/Trial, you will continue to have accompanied visits to ensure opportunities for continued improvement, career growth, and advancement. Academy members are full-time Allucent employees and are eligible for all benefits available at Allucent.
To apply to the CRA Academy, please see our available positions
Allucent’s long-established and extensive fellows program provides rigorous, comprehensive training in all areas of regulatory and pharmaceutical product development. Over the course of 12 months, fellows participate in course work, interactive learning, and on-the-job training in regulatory and medical writing, program management, nonclinical, chemistry, manufacturing and controls, and drug development strategies. Fellows receive valuable exposure and experience while learning under the guidance and mentorship of an experienced regulatory scientist. All fellows are assigned a mentor and receive additional support and guidance from Allucent scientists, former health authority regulators, and industry experts. Coursework and interactive learning consist of master classes given by Allucent’s leading subject-matter experts and opportunities to attend all in-house trainings on topics such as Regulatory Affairs, Medical Writing, Program Management, Clinical Trial Monitoring, Clinical Pharmacology, Biostats, Clinical Trial Operations, and Strategies in Drug Development. Fellows are employed in the role of “Scientist” as full time Allucent employees, and are eligible for all benefits available at Allucent. This includes a competitive salary package, and generous medical benefits program. At the completion of the year-long program, successful fellows are eligible for a promotion to a “Scientist I” position.
To view open Fellows positions, please see our available positions.