At HanAll, our mission is to make a meaningful contribution to patients’ quality of life by improving medical therapies.
Our global team is dedicated to transformative science, taking risks for innovation and serving patients.
HanAll aims to become a global pharmaceutical innovator with further expansion into multiple therapeutic areas
including Oncology, Immunology, Neurology and Ophthalmology.
HanAll is seeking physician candidates
with ambition to grow into global drug development experts.
The HanAll Biopharma Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program is designed to train
fellows by rotating among four areas to develop well-rounded pharmaceutical industry training:
This program is open for physicians trained in Indonesia only.
Deadline for all application is April 15, 2023
Join our Q&A Session for a live testimonials from our class of 2022 fellows
More about our Fellowship Program class of September 2023
Two Indonesian Doctors Join in HanAll's Biopharmaceutical Program (viva.co.id)
The application will request your demographic information plus the following items : Your current curriculum vitae. History of education, professional experience (clinical/research), skills, and training/ publication/ achievement-if any, must be included .pdf file (maximum 1 MB) Your transcripts (both for undergraduate program & clinical rotation/professional program) –.pdf file (maximum 10 MB) Inform 2 authors for Letter of Recommendation and their email. The author should be someone who knows candidate in medical practice or medical research context. We will send a Letter of Recommendation form directly to their email. ※ All materials including letters of recommendation must be received by the application deadline. Candidates will be notified by email of their application status (application complete, missing documents, etc.)
For further questions, please email : FellowshipProgram@hanall.com
HanAll is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, disability, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.