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New Fellowship Announced: CHCI-Bristol-Myers Squibb Health Graduate Fellowship

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute is offering exceptional Latino post-graduates whose background and interest are in improving health outcomes a paid nine-month fellowship in Washington, D.C. As a member of our cohort of 2019-2020 Public Policy and Graduate Fellows, this Fellow will gain unparalleled exposure to professional experiences in the public policy arena while also getting the opportunity to work in a Capitol Hill office of his or her choice for the first half of the program.

In the second half, the Fellow will work in the D.C. office of Bristol-Myers Squibb, focusing on policy issues related to access to medicine and bringing treatments to market, with an emphasis on services related to oncology, immunology and cardiovascular health, among others. Policy work will include the regulatory environment related to the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, and/or Medicare as well as Food and Drug Administration governance of clinical trials and approval of drugs. The Fellow will participate in policy analysis and research, and will have the opportunity to attend panels, briefings and events supported by Bristol-Myers Squibb. He or she will also have the opportunity to engage with Bristol-Myers Squibb’s People Business Resource Groups, which are aimed at sustaining a culture of inclusion and diversity to achieve the company’s patient-focused mission.

If you are interested, please submit an application for the “Bristol-Myers Squibb Health Graduate Fellowship 2019-2020,” or update your existing “Health,” “Nutritional” or “Preventive” Graduate Fellow application(s) by clicking the checkbox that says, “I want to be considered for the Bristol-Myers Squibb Health Graduate Fellowship” and click Update.