About Sollers

Sollers is a graduate school located in New Jersey, specializing in clinical research, drug safety and pharmacovigilance training.

Our graduate certificate and masters programs cover a wide range of subjects tailored to this fast growing industry, and our graduates go on to highly successful careers in the pharmaceuticals industry and healthcare industries.

  • HOURS
  • Monday - Thursday | 10 AM - 7 PM
  • Friday | 12 PM - Midnight
  • Saturday | 12 PM - Midnight
  • Sunday | Closed
  • OPEN 24/7 - sollers.edu
    • PHONE
    • (848) 299-5900
    • Location
    • 100 Menlo Park, Suite 550
      Edison New Jersey 08837 -2488

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3 Reasons to complete your Bachelor's degree if you have an Associate's degree

Posted by Khyati Mehta on May 9, 2018 12:02:58 PM

Graduate career prospects are at the heart of US education, with teaching increasingly informed by what is going on in the rapidly-changing world around us. With digital technologies transforming the education landscape, getting advanced degrees - whether online or offline - has become more prevalent and in some cases, necessary, due to the tightened and competitive job market.  The varied range of options in learning format, specialisations and majors and institutions, can in fact be mind-boggling.

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Topics: General Medical, Data Analysis, clinical trial courses, Data Science, Clinical Trail Management, Clinical Research, careers, career advice, bachelor degree

Student Profile: Dr Malvika Singh

Posted by Khyati Mehta on May 2, 2018 11:59:23 AM

In our Student and Alumni Profile series, we will regularly feature students and alumni to give you a glimpse of who we are, and more importantly, offer you insights and perspectives if you plan to walk the same path. Meet Dr Malvika Singh, a foreign medical doctor, currently completing our  Certificate in Clinical Trial Management,  and who has  recently got a full time job offer as a Clinical Research Coordinator in a Cardiology hospital .

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Topics: clinical trial courses, Clinical Trail Management, Clinical Research, USMLE, careers, career advice, student profiles

Faculty Interview: Dr Robert Zahid

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Apr 20, 2018 3:40:15 PM
 
The global pharmaceutical market continues to grow, with an estimated market size of $1.2 trillion and annual growth rate of 6.2% through 2022.  This growth has resulted in many varied careers in life sciences that continue to attract, retain and grow professional talent.
 
One such profession is that of a Medical Science Liaison (MSL).  An MSL plays a vital role in the success of a pharmaceutical company and its products in the ever-changing regulatory landscape.  Our new MSL program aims to tap into the unmet need of qualified professionals trained to serve as key influencers in the pharmaceutical industry. 
 
We sat down with Dr Robert Zahid, one of our expert faculty practitioners of the program, to get his thoughts on becoming an MSL and about this new program. 
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Topics: General Medical, Faculty Profile

Career Prospects in Clinical Research

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Apr 13, 2018 11:09:01 AM

The pharmaceutical industry is responsible for bringing in new drugs for the treatment of diseases. For this, it largely depends on clinical studies and trials conducted by clinical research teams that include research associates and other professionals.

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Topics: clinical trial courses, Clinical Trail Management, Clinical Research, careers, career advice

How To Look for Jobs in Clinical Research

Posted by Shilpa Gauba on Apr 13, 2018 9:40:00 AM

A lot has been said and written about  job opportunities in healthcare; specifically in clinical research. While knowing this is good, it is not enough.

If you are currently looking for a job, or are in your final graduation year, chances are you are already scouring the market for suitable jobs for you. But where do you look? How do you conduct your job search?

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Topics: Clinical Research, careers, career advice

Data Analytics: An Overview

Posted by Justin Mingo on Apr 12, 2018 11:16:27 PM

Terms like “Analytics” and “Data Science” have become buzz-words these days. Everyone wants to know about the next big trend in data, as well as how they can get involved – and who can blame them? Earlier this year Glassdoor published an article highlighting the 50 Best Jobs in America according to the job openings that it sees. Data Science was on the top of the list. Also on that list were titles including Analytics Manager, Data Analyst, Data Engineer, and Business Analyst. So, clearly jobs dealing with data are in high-demand.

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Topics: Data Analysis, Data Science, careers, career advice

What No One tells you about training for a Clinical Research career

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Apr 12, 2018 3:50:19 PM

If you're looking for a job in clinical research field and just starting out, you've surely considered training. One google search on 'training in clinical research' yields many links of institutes offering clinical research training. Everyone wants your attention - from mom and pop training institutes to reputed universities to credible industry associations - and all are offering great options to pursue training in clinical research, which can serve as stepping stone to your desired role in clinical research. 

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Topics: clinical trial courses, Clinical Trail Management, Clinical Research, careers, career advice

5 Soft skills You Need to Succeed as a Medical Science Liaison

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Apr 11, 2018 5:46:18 PM


Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) are responsible for engaging with the medical community and serve as a scientific resource to educate and advise on upcoming advances in pharmaceutical treatments. They fill an important role of scientific expertise and are required advanced scientific and academic training.

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Topics: General Medical, Drug Safety, Clinical Research, careers, career advice, medical science liaison, PhD careers

4 Amazing Career facts about Clinical SAS Analytics

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Apr 11, 2018 12:24:04 PM

With all the hype around data science, data analytics and big data dominating the industry-trends in coming years, technology chops are becoming critical for success in any career.  For job seekers who are just entering the job market, one skill important to get on your resume is SAS. 

SAS (previously 'Statistical Analysis System') is the most widely used platform for statistical analysis across multiple industries and most notably in pharmaceuticals and finance. Ninety percent of the Fortune 500 use the SAS suite of software, so there’s an inherent opportunity for careers in big companies.  In fact, a wide majority of corporate IT departments rely heavily on SAS for data mining, and data analysis. SAS programmers design and test software to make it function properly.  In the biopharmaceutical industry, biostatistics and Clinical SAS analytics play an essential role in development of drugs, diagnostics and medical devices. 

If you're  considering a training in Clinical SAS Analytics, here are four amazing (anything that talks about a promising future got to be amazing, right?) - facts you need to know about the career prospects:

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PhD careers beyond research: Medical Science Liaison

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Apr 9, 2018 5:51:23 PM

If you are a PhD reading this blog post,  congratulations! Completing the course of study, the pedagogy, the thesis and dissertation – all that it takes to earn a PhD is truly worth acknowledgment. 

If you're in academia, teaching or in research, and exploring career options, today there are many options  where you can use your extensive research background, especially if you're a science graduate.  All your skills and years of clinical experience offers tremendous competitive edge in some careers, and are easily transferable. One such career is Medical Science Liaison (MSL), ranked among the Top 10 Careers Alternative Careers for PhD Science graduates.

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Topics: General Medical, Clinical Research, careers, career advice, medical science liaison