Whippany, New Jersey
Number of Positions: 3
Type of Student: Graduate, PhD candidates in (bio)statistics or related field
Deadline for Applying: January 4, 2016
As an intern in the clinical statistics U.S. department, the incumbent will gain a direct view of research and development at Bayer and witness how clinical trials influence the decisions that are made during the drug development process. The selected individual will have the opportunity to work with senior biostatisticians in a fast-paced environment and become involved in the analyses of clinical trial data, programming, and providing support to highly knowledgeable trial statisticians and project statisticians. At the end of the internship, the intern will present a research project to the statistics department as well as to a nonstatistical audience.
Required skills: Successful candidate must be a high performer with a global perspective, interested in the interactions between science and policy, wanting to work with dynamic people and contribute to a changing environment. Good oral and written communication skills. Ability to display poise and confidence, and to project professionalism in interacting with internal and external stakeholders.
Candidates must be available for a three-month assignment at Bayer’s Whippany, New Jersey, site from June 2016 until end of August 2016. Students are eligible to apply if they meet the criteria required of all interns, including being legally entitled to work and earn money in the U.S. It is the student’s responsibility to obtain the appropriate visa, if applicable. As required by current immigration law, an offer of employment is contingent upon the student’s ability to provide the appropriate documentation showing proof of eligibility to work in the U.S.
To apply, visit Bayer Pharmaceuticals and search for “clinical statistics intern.”
Contact: Daniel Haverstock, Global Clinical Statistics Group Leader, 100 Bayer Blvd., P.O. Box 915, Whippany, NJ 07981-0915; (862) 404-3283; email@example.com