- Applications for physicians trained in Indonesia now open until April 15, 2023 12:00 AM
- The Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program provides physicians with the opportunity to experience the various steps of the drug development process
Rockville, MD, Seoul, KR – March 15, 2023
HanAll Biopharma Co., Ltd. (KRX: 009420. KS), a global biopharmaceutical company committed to discovering and developing innovative medicines for patients, is now accepting applications for the 2023 pharmaceutical industry fellowship program through April 15, 2023. The program is open to physicians trained in Indonesia, who have a strong interest in working for a global biopharma company.
The Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program, which runs from September 2023 to September 2025, offers intensive training to grow into global drug development experts. Participants will rotate every six months among four main arenas of drug development including clinical development and project management, operations and regulatory affairs, preclinical development and CMC, and business development.
The fellows will also receive education through DIA learning, experienced mentoring, as well as hands-on experience working in a biopharmaceutical company.
“Our fellowship program fosters next generation research leaders contributing to discovering and developing innovative therapies for patients. The fellows have the opportunity to explore the wide range of roles and workstreams involved in taking a therapy from discovery to commercialization and emerge positioned for a variety of careers in biotechnology and pharma, while providing additional layers of thoughts and perspectives to our team,” said Almira Chabi, M.D., Chief Medical Officer and Chief Development Officer at HanAll.
Physicians based in Indonesia with strong English communication skills are eligible to apply. Further information on required qualifications and how to apply can be found at HanAll’s official LinkedIn page or the company website ().
About HanAll Biopharma
HanAll Biopharma (KRX: 009420.KS) is a global biopharmaceutical company founded in 1973, with the mission of making meaningful contributions to patients’ lives by introducing innovative, impactful therapies to address severe unmet medical needs. HanAll has been operating a portfolio of pharmaceutical products in areas ranging from endocrine, circulatory, and urologic diseases for more than 49 years.
HanAll has expanded its focus to ophthalmology, immunology, oncology and neurology to discover and develop innovative medicines for patients with diseases for which there are no effective treatments. Its lead pipeline asset, HL161 (INN: batoclimab), an anti-FcRn antibody, is being developed in Phase 3 and Phase 2 trials across the world for the treatment of rare autoimmune disorders including myasthenia gravis, thyroid eye disease, warm autoimmune hymolytic anemia, neuromyelitis optica, and immune thrombocytopenia. Another main asset, HL036 (INN: tanfanercept), an anti-TNF alpha biologic, is being evaluated in Phase 3 clinical trials in the US and China for the treatment of dry eye disease. For further information connect with us on (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org). or . For any media inquiries, please contact HanAll PR/IR
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