The AbbVie Experiential Internship Program
As an AbbVie Experiential Intern, you'll participate in a paid, ten to twelve-week summer program that is focused on providing students with robust projects throughout the summer. As an intern, you will be located at our corporate headquarters in north suburban Chicago, with housing and shuttle services for eligible students. Department Overview - Neuroscience Development
We are responsible for designing and executing phase 1-3 trials for neurological disorders including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, stroke, and spinal cord injury. Assignment Details
This role is intended for a health sciences student, ideally a PharmD student, PhD student, or medical student interested in learning more about a career in pharma/neuroscience R&D.
Responsibilities will include:
- Answering focused questions critical to clinical trial startup through literature reviews.
- Multiple sclerosis, stroke, and spinal cord injury disease state presentations.
- Assisting the neuroscience operations team with study startup activities, such as site identification, potential investigators, contracting, and timeline generation
- Support of ongoing clinical trials
- Generation of slide presentations describing potential endpoints and recently generated trial metrics and data
- Participation in team meetings and generation of meeting minutes (as appropriate)
- Protocol and contract review
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
- Completed at least one year of graduate level education before beginning internship
- Must be enrolled in school the semester following your internship
- Graduate Level Student: PharmD, PhD, or MD student with bachelor's degree in STEM field
- Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.0/4.0
- Must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis without requiring sponsorship (students on an F1 visa with CPT can be accommodated).
Associated topics: addict, behavior science, clinical psychiatrist, mental health, neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology, psychopharmacology, social behavior, therapist