From greater flexibility on rotations to opportunities to join and lead influential projects during your first year, there are many benefits of a fellowship with a smaller program or company. Learn more about MCPHS University's Sunovion fellowship, first year, Matthew Maulis's experience so far, and what he will be doing when he starts the second half of his program.
As a prospective fellowship candidate, there are a number of things to consider when choosing your program: location, company, therapeutic area. As the number of fellowships continue to grow, another consideration might be program length. Is a one year program right for you?
Medical Affairs is our most popular functional area, and our larger companies offer multiple positions focusing on a variety of therapeutic areas. This week, find out how one of our first years narrowed down her choices and how Sanofi Genzyme tailors the program to fit her professional goals.
One of the many benefits of participating in a fellowship program is the program's alumni network. After completing her fellowship in June 2018, Amanda Nguyen accepted a position at her fellowship company and volunteered to serve as one of the MFN's alumni representatives. Learn about a clinical scientist's role, and read about Amanda's reflection on her time as a fellow and how Novartis prepared her to take on the challenges of her current position.
A number of our fellowship companies offer the opportunity to participate in rotations during your time as a fellow. Rotations typically last 3-4 months and allow a fellow to explore different areas of their functional area. Many fellows get to attend conferences or congresses, as well as take leadership of certain projects for hands on experience in their field.