Intern- Research and Early Development- Ophthalmology
Location: South San Francisco
Posted on: May 31, 2021
Start Date: Fall 2021
Work Hours: 40 hours per week
Length of Assignment:1 year
Education Level: Bachelor's (must be enrolled in or completed
their 2nd year)
Preferred Majors/Disciplines: Neuroscience, molecular
Given the current uncertainty of the global pandemic and work
from home situation for 2021, this internship is currently planned
to be virtual with the option for interns to work remotely from
within the U.S. Borders. We will keep candidates informed if this
Due to the ever changing situation concerning the COVID-19
global pandemic, for our summer 2021 internship program we will
only consider international candidates who are currently in the US
and will remain in the US for the duration of the internship.
Genentech has a strong commitment to developing novel,
vision-changing therapies for patients with ophthalmic diseases. We
are seeking a clinical science intern with background in ophthalmic
disease or neuroscience to join the Early Clinical Development
(ECD) group in the Genentech Research and Early Development (gRED)
This 1-year internship will provides in-depth exposure to early
clinical development and understanding the basic principles of
clinical research. The intern will have the opportunity to
contribute to multidisciplinary teams to translate Genentech's
basic science discoveries into patient benefit in ophthalmic
disease. The intern will support Medical Directors/clinical
scientists on a diverse set of clinical development activities:
Serve as a clinical science representative on cross-functional
sub-teams (i.e. protocol execution, clinical, biomarkers,
Be involved in the design and execution, medical review,
analysis and interpretation of data from clinical studies for
molecules in development.
Participate in key clinical strategy, implementation and
molecule management meetings in order to gain a deeper
understanding of the complexities and challenges of medicines
Generate and present abstracts and oral presentations for key
internal and external meetings as well as publication
Develop understanding of Good Clinical Practice (GCP),
International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements
for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH), FDA, EMA,
NICE and other relevant guidelines and regulations .
- Author and review of clinical documents (i.e. clinical trial
protocols, clarifications and amendments, informed consents,
investigator brochures, clinical study reports, investigational new
Highly motivated candidates with life science experience in
translational or clinical research.
The candidate must demonstrate ability to evaluate, interpret
and present scientific data.
- Excellent presentation and communication skills.
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