The Reasearch Coordinator will work with Teva Pharmaceuticals researchers in the areas of autoimmune and central nervous system diseases.
The intern will be responsible for:
-Developing and maintaining research in university laboratories and hospitals
-Learning more about the mechanisms for medicinal research at Teva Pharmaceuticals
-Promoting Teva Pharmaceuticals research in the fields of autoimmune and central nervous system diseases
-Identifying and contacting relevant researchers in the field to propose joint research projects and publication in the press
-Managing budgets, signing contracts, supporting research and writing articles with researchers
-Preparing scientific explanations for marketing and learning, including slide kits that explain the material at multiple levels to both doctors and marketers
-Working with marketing groups, project managers, and clinical directors across Teva Pharmaceuticals
-MA or PHD in immunology
-Ability to write scientific papers
-Excellent interpersonal skills
-Ability to work with different and complex interfaces
-Ability to prepare and give presentations
-Ability to teach information to a variety of audiences
-Independent and fast learner
-Ability to meet deadlines
-Willing to work strenuous hours
-Willing to travel abroad
Established in 1901, today Teva Pharmaceutical Products Ltd. ranks among the top 10 pharmaceutical companies in the world. Headquartered in Israel, Teva Pharmaceuticals is active in 60 countries, with over 46,000 dedicated employees worldwide.
Teva Pharmaceuticals is committed to providing consumers with access to high-quality healthcare by developing, producing and marketing affordable generic, innovative and specialty products, as well as active pharmaceutical ingredients.
Following our vision, we pursue robust organic growth. This strategy is complemented by key alliances with exemplary partners. We extend our presence into new markets and add selectively to our capabilities. We balance investment in growth with return to our investors. We commit ourselves to challenging and meeting unmet medical, societal and patient needs.