Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Non-clinical physician careers in drug development

If you're interested in a career in drug development, you may want to consider receiving some official training/education. Here are some examples of DIA (Drug Information Association) courses you may wish to consider:

Clinical Statistics for Nonstatisticians
September 10-11 | Baltimore, MD

Regulatory Affairs Part I: The IND Phase
September 14-16 | Philadelphia, PA

The Leadership Experience
September 21-24 | Philadelphia, PA

High Performance Biopharm Teams
September 22-23 | Horsham, PA (DIA Headquarters)

Drug Safety Surveillance and Epidemiology
September 22-24 | Baltimore, MD

Fundamentals of Clinical Research Monitoring
September 22-24 | Baltimore, MD

New Drug Product Development and Lifecycle Management
September 24-25 | Horsham, PA (DIA Headquarters)
Developing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Three-part series begins September 15

Development of a Clinical Study Report
Three-part series begins September 29

Overview of Drug Development
Three-part series begins September 30

Fundamentals of Project Management for the Nonproject Manager
Four-part series begins October 1

Who's Monitoring the Monitor
Three-part series begins October 5
DIA is a nonprofit, multidisciplinary association that provides a neutral forum for sharing information that optimizes the process of drug development and lifecycle management through:
  • Global and regional forums for the exchange of information, education and training;
  • Extensive multidisciplinary networking opportunities;
  • Rewarding volunteer leadership experiences; and
  • High-quality professional development opportunities.
Visit the DIA here:

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