Meet Mary Bylo, one of our Novartis CS&I fellows! Learn about what makes the Novartis program unique and how Mary decided to pursue a fellowship.
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.
Although most of our fellowship companies are based in Cambridge, MA, we have two programs based out of state: one in Connecticut and one in New Jersey. The fellows at these companies have unique experiences that allow them to network at their fellowship site as well as in Boston/Cambridge.
There can be many challenges when moving to a new city—finding an apartment, navigating public transportation, for example. For first year, Jennifer Taing, her acceptance to Takeda was a new milestone: moving away from home for the first time. Find out why Jennifer chose Takeda for her fellowship, and how she's been doing since moving to Boston in July.
Scholarship is one of three components of the Fellowship Program's academic requirements over the fellows' 1 or 2-year programs. Our faculty and industry preceptors, as well as our two MCPHS University Faculty Coordinators, encourage and assist our fellows in completing their scholarship requirements throughout their time with us. Recently, one of our second year fellows, … Continue reading [Special Feature] Fellow Scholarship: Zack McCormack Published in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association