AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals Medical Affairs Oncology PharmD Fellowship Program


This 2-year Medical Affairs Fellowship Program is designed to provide recent Pharm.D. or equivalent advanced degree graduates an opportunity to learn the essential skills and experiences required to excel in Medical Affairs organizations across the pharmaceutical industry. The fellow will be an integral part of the U.S. Medical Affairs Aesthetics team and will assist in scientific content development and projects related to the development and execution of the U.S. Facial Aesthetics medical strategy. The overall goal is to provide an opportunity for the fellow to learn the skills necessary for a successful career in the pharmaceutical industry with an emphasis on Medial Affairs. The fellowship based in Irvine, California.  


We are a global, science-led biopharmaceutical business and our innovative medicines are used by millions of patients worldwide. Our business is organized to deliver our strategic priorities sustainably, supporting continued scientific innovation and commercial success. We focus on the discovery, development, and commercialization of prescription medicines in Oncology and Biopharmaceuticals, including Cardiovascular, Renal & Metabolism, and Respirator & Immunology. At AstraZeneca, we are driven by our purpose to push the boundaries of science and deliver life-changing medicines. Building high-performing, inclusive and diverse teams that collaborate across the enterprise is part of how live our value of playing to win.  


First 6 months: Concentrated clinical oncology experience with Howard University Hospital; plus gradual integration into OBU Medical Affairs  

Remaining 18 months: Full integration into OBU US Medical Affairs/Medical Strategy (ie Director Medical Alignment, Medical Director)  

Potential opportunity for rotation/special projects with other medical functions 

University Component: Adjunct Faculty appointment at Howard University with teaching requirement  

*Must obtain Washington DC Pharmacy Licensure within 90 days of program start* 


Curriculum Vitae, Letter of Intent, Official Transcript, and 3 Letter of Recommendation 


Graduated with PharmD or PhD from Howard University