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RWV&E Summer Intern

  • Job Title RWV&E Summer Intern
  • Function Career Programs
  • Sub Function Non-LDP Intern/Co-Op
  • Location Horsham, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Date Posted
  • Requisition Number 2406167682W
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We at Johnson & Johnson Innovative Medicine are entrusted with one of the most important jobs in the world. We aspire to transform lives by bringing lifesaving and life-changing solutions to people who need them. We’re committed to providing safe and effective medicines as well as the services and support that contribute to healthy outcomes. This calls for the best science, the most creative minds and an openness to collaborate with researchers, governments and patient organizations at every stage – from early discovery to market access and patient education. As a leading pharmaceutical company in the United States, we focus our innovation on some of the most devastating diseases and the most complex medical challenges of our time.

Johnson & Johnson Innovative Medicine is recruiting a research summer intern to work in the Real-World Value & Evidence (RWV&E) team. The internship opportunity will support the hematology therapeutic area at the Horsham, PA office.

About Real World Value and Evidence Team:


RWV&E is comprised of Market Access Scientific strategists (MAx) with the mission to deliver real-world evidence to a variety of U.S. stakeholders in healthcare, including patients, providers, and payers.  This team is responsible for building industry-leading capabilities across pharmaceutical scientific and commercial functions, working closely with colleagues in Data Sciences, Medical Affairs, Health Economics, Market Access, Epidemiology and other evidence-generating functions and external thought leaders. Using real-world data from health claims, electronic health records and other sources, the team develops innovative observational study designs and employs advanced analytics to better understand the effectiveness of pharmaceutical interventions, patient journey and disease burden.

About the RWV&E Internship Program:

This is a paid summer internship program designed to provide students with opportunities to conduct robust and impactful research, gain strategic experience by participating in business planning, network to develop meaningful connections, and develop or hone soft skills for professional success. After completion of this program, the intern will have gained -

  • Understanding of the value and role of real-world evidence generation in our current healthcare system, payer negotiations, and to promote
  • Familiarity with the pharmaceutical industry

The RWV&E summer intern will work with the RWV&E team and the responsibilities may include but are not limited to –

  • Conceptualizing research study, preparation and/or execution of study protocols and statistical analysis plans
  • Conducting literature reviews or meta-analysis
  • Collaborate with data scientists to gain familiarity with statistics, epidemiology and advanced analytical tools by utilizing various large databases
  • Develop competency in the analysis and interpretation of real-world data
  • Develop scientific writing skills
  • Dissemination of real-world evidence internally to gain alignment across cross-functional teams

Expected hours:  Position involves approximately 8 hours of work per day (a 40-hour work week). It requires at least 3 days per week in-person at the Horsham, PA office.




  • Currently enrolled in an accredited college/institution pursuing a graduate degree (Master’s, PhD, or PharmD level) in the fields of pharmacy, health services research, health economics, biostatistics, epidemiology, data science or related fields
  • Must have completed at least 1 year of graduate work prior to starting the internship
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without limitations and require no sponsorship for visa status now or in the future (e.g., H1-B status)
  • Available for at least 10 weeks over the 2024 summer


  • Prior research experience in conducting observational, retrospective studies, literature reviews
  • Relevant advanced coursework in areas such as health economics, epidemiology, psychometrics, research methods, survival data analysis, parametric/non-parametric statistical methods
  • Skilled at programming in SQL and statistical packages such as SAS, R, Stata
  • Strong academic performance, a minimum 3.0 GPA is preferred
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and a strong interest in health economics, pharmacoeconomics, outcomes research, real-world evidence, and pharmaceutical industry
  • Willingness to learn and collaborate
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint

Johnson & Johnson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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