Analysis Group
Menlo Park, CA
Sunday, January 28, 2018
Competitive
Pay Type: 
Other
Full-time
June 2018
Internship
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Analysis Group, Inc. draws upon deep expertise in health economics, outcomes research, epidemiology, business analytics, and public policy to provide innovative strategies for clients in the life sciences industry across all phases of product development and commercialization. We often collaborate with leading academics to offer cutting-edge analyses to address business challenges that require rigorous, evidence-based research. Our work helps clients define markets, demonstrate value, and inform business decisions throughout product lifecycles.

This Analyst internship position is for undergraduate biology students and MS/MPH students graduating in 2019 with research experience in health care management, health policy, biostatistics, epidemiology, or a related field. For this position you should have strong research, analytic, and organization skills in addition to a desire to work in a pragmatic, fast-paced environment, with opportunities to interact with academic affiliates and clients. Analyst Interns can expect to work on multiple cases at a time. Our projects often involve:
Market access strategy—market assessment, evidence generation strategy, analyses of product strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, and analyses to optimize pricing and reimbursement
Support for product launches—developing evidence compendia, product dossiers with clinical and economic evidence to support US and global reimbursement decisions, as well as conference presentations and publications
Market sizing—using epidemiology and market share data to estimate eligible and treated patient populations
A range of health economics and outcomes analyses—including treatment patterns and outcomes, comparative effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and budget impact
Systematic literature reviews with data extraction and qualitative analyses
Primary research with payers and physicians
Visual or graphic presentation of findings from qualitative and quantitative analyses in PowerPoint presentations
Analyst Interns will gain experience with synthesis of qualitative and quantitative information from diverse sources (including academic literature, clinical trial data, findings from primary market research, and administrative claims data), development of databases and analytic files, as well as opportunities to conduct statistical analyses and modeling. Additionally, analyst interns will learn how to translate the findings from research into recommendations for business decisions.

Analysis Group fosters an academically oriented work environment, with an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration. Candidates should have:
An undergraduate degree in biology or a master’s degree in public health, health economics, biostatistics, health policy, or a related field
An interest in applying a mix of qualitative and quantitative research methods to real-world business problems in the life sciences industry
Strong oral and written communication skills
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and to work on multiple ongoing efforts
Experience with a statistical programming language (e.g., SAS, Stata, or R) is a plus, but not required

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter including a statement of interest, curriculum vitae/resume, including undergraduate and graduate GPA and unofficial transcript(s).

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Analysis Group fosters an academically oriented work environment, with an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration. Candidates should have:
An undergraduate degree in biology or a master’s degree in public health, health economics, biostatistics, health policy, or a related field
An interest in applying a mix of qualitative and quantitative research methods to real-world business problems in the life sciences industry
Strong oral and written communication skills
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and to work on multiple ongoing efforts
Experience with a statistical programming language (e.g., SAS, Stata, or R) is a plus, but not required

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter including a statement of interest, curriculum vitae/resume, including undergraduate and graduate GPA and unofficial transcript(s) to Duck Connect and the Analysis Group website: https://analystcareers-analysisgroup.icims.com/jobs/1287/analyst-intern-...