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.

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Doctor Dan

I am a medical graduate and have a passion for life science disciplines. Would like to share expertise thorough my writings.

Recent Posts

Virtual Pharmaceutical Companies: A Synopsis!

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 31, 2017 1:48:14 PM

The virtual entities have become significant in the pharmaceutical industry. Apart from selling major brands of drugs online, these firms are also aiming at making own products. Although some virtual companies may aspire to become full-fledged manufacturing companies one day, many do not, but focus on milestones and licensing deals. Vertex Pharma is a classic instance of a virtual pharmaceutical company that thrives on the online space.

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Topics: Drug Safety

Why choosing Drug Safety Course is a better option?

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 28, 2017 2:38:03 PM

Choosing a Drug Safety Course or Pharmacovigilance is a better option, as the career in this field can be very satisfying. You might read in newspapers that often many medicines are banned in the market for its contra indications or side effects. How do they arrive at a conclusion that certain drugs have side effects? That is the job of a person who has pursued Drug Safety Course. So, choosing a career in pharmacovigilance can be very satisfying.

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Topics: Drug Safety

Outcome-Based Contracting Means for Drug Development and Pricing

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 25, 2017 2:44:18 PM

The pharmaceutical industry is facing intense pressure to lower drug prices and curtail the price increase in the recent years. This has been due to a dramatic increase in the cost for some high-profile and certain life-saving drugs. The high cost of drugs makes it difficult for patients who are in need of medicines on the regular basis. The increasing cost is a source of stress to the patient and his family.

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Topics: Drug Safety

Environmental Monitoring using Risk Based Approach

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 24, 2017 2:27:50 PM

In order to routinely monitor particulates and micro-organisms in critical areas of a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant, more particularly in the aseptic processing areas, the environmental monitoring (EM) program has been designed, which comprises of viable and non-viable monitoring elements.

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Topics: Clinical Research

Mobile Data Capture in Clinical Trials: An Overview

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 21, 2017 3:43:22 PM

The introduction of mobile device-based electronic data capture system (mEDC) technology is indeed a boon for clinical trials, as per a research report. According to the new research paper published by the Journal of Medical Internet Research, the mobile device is of immense help in terms of supporting a slew of services within clinical trials such as project management, tele-monitoring, and data management, among others.

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Topics: Clinical Research

What are Psychedelic Drugs?

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 20, 2017 3:28:27 PM

Psychedelic DrugsPsychedelic drugs are substances whose primary aim is to change the cognition and perception of people who take them. They are also called as psychotomimetic drugs. They form part of a group of drugs called hallucinogens which also include dissociative and deliriants.

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Topics: Drug Safety

Opportunities for a Drug Safety Specialist!

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 17, 2017 12:58:09 PM

The scope for drug safety specialists is manifold. Given the space for new candidates who take-up drug safety specialist as their career the opportunities have been widely sought-out in the industry. There are plenty of drug safety jobs such that over 2,000 professionals every year are recruited for leading pharmacovigilance positions throughout the medical industry, in settings including clinical research organizations, the NHS, biotechnology firms and pharmaceuticals companies. The people working in the drug safety industry are extremely responsible for monitoring the safety of the products, interwoven with duties including detecting, assessing and preventing adverse events considering that pharmacovigilance is an extremely important element of the development, trials, marketing and continued use of any medication.

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Topics: Drug Safety

Risk Based Monitoring Workshop by Dr. Nimita Limaye!

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 14, 2017 11:50:29 AM

Join us for an in-depth session on Risk Based Monitoring Workshop by Dr. Nimita Limaye!

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Topics: Clinical Research

What is Openclinica?

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 13, 2017 12:57:30 PM

Openclinica has been known as the world’s first commercial open source clinical trial software serving for the purpose of clinical data management (CDM) and electronic data capture (EDC). Openclinicia is immersed in clinical trials and different types of clinical research areas.

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Topics: Clinical Research

End to End Patient Engagement in Clinical Research!

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 7, 2017 11:16:34 AM

Complete involvement of patients in their personal healthcare is known as End-to-End Patient Engagement. In today's world, this is primarily accomplished electronically through Patient Engagement Technology that involves hardware, software, and services. This technology is an important tool for clinical research and trials.

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Topics: Clinical Research