GSK Residencies and Fellowships
GSK has a rich history of collaboration with leading US academic institutions through sponsorship of joint fellowship programs. Currently, our programs focus on Medical Affairs, Regulatory Affairs, Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research, and drug/medical information. Most graduates of these programs have gone on to successful industry and/or academic careers.
We sponsor fellowship and residency opportunities with two major North Carolina universities: UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke. Core areas of study include:
- US Medical Affairs Fellowship (UNC; PharmD or PhD; 2 years)
- Regulatory Affairs Fellowship (UNC; PharmD, PhD, or MD; 2 years)
- Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research Fellowship (UNC; PharmD, PhD, or MD; 2 years)
- Drug/Medical Information Residency (Duke; PharmD; 1 year)
For more information about each opportunity see the GSK Residencies and Fellowships webpage
UNC – GSK Fellowship Programs
US Medical Affairs (UNC; PharmD or PhD; 2 years)
Regulatory Affairs (UNC; PharmD, PhD, or MD; 2 years)
Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research (UNC; PharmD, PhD, or MD; 2 years)
The 2-year fellowships begin on July 1st.
See http://pharmacydpetfellowships.web.unc.edu/ for instructions on submitting an application.
If you have questions regarding the fellowship program please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for early consideration is November 15th. The final deadline to apply is January 1st. Early applications are encouraged.
We learned about this opportunity – and more! – in a great article from Steven D Griffith, PhD, posted on linkedIn