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Archive for June 2017

A Closer Look at Preclinical Trials for Students in Pharmaceutical Courses

The development of new medication is a long, multi-step process. This is to ensure careful testing and research is conducted, and that medicines are as safe and effective as they can be. One important part of the development process is the preclinical trial phase, in which medication undergoes preliminary testing before it is ever administered to a person. This step is vital to ensuring that human test subjects who participate in later trials are not at great risk of harm. Want to learn a bit more about preclinical trials? Here’s a closer look at why these trials are so important… READ MORE »

How Professionals With Clinical Research Careers Excel in Project Management

Research projects can be complicated to manage. With such high stakes, it’s important that clinical research professionals have top-notch project management skills to keep everything running smoothly. From planning, to determining study goals, budgets, and more, project management has many different aspects that professionals need to keep in mind. Because of these demands, students earning their clinical research diploma become well-versed in the principles of project management during their studies. If you’re considering enrolling in a clinical research program, get a head start on your learning by reading on about how top clinical research professionals manage projects! Pros with Clinical.. READ MORE »

Groundbreaking Medical Devices That Students in Regulatory Affairs Should Know

The human body is resilient and capable of self-healing to amazing degrees, but it’s far from perfect. That’s why medical devices that can help the body heal from grave injuries, overcome serious illnesses, or that allow deeper looks into a person’s body are so common and important in today’s medicine. There are so many medical devices that do great things today that it would be impossible to discuss them all. Here, though, are a few examples of medical devices that are particularly valuable. Students in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Can See MRI Machines Are Vital to Modern Medicine Radiation-based scans, like.. READ MORE »

What Students in Quality Control Training Courses Need to Know About Food Fermentation

Fermentation is a method used in food production that is as old as human civilization. Involving the use of microorganisms (yeast, bacteria, or mold) to change the properties of food, it has brought the world alcoholic beverages and delicious foods like bread, yogurt, cheese, pickles, and much more. Fermentation has some interesting effects, which have made it a popular method of extending the lifespan of foods and of making interesting alterations to their flavours. Curious about what food fermentation has to offer? Here’s what students who want to work in quality control for food need to know. Fermentation Is a.. READ MORE »

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