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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Role of Pharmacovigilance for Drug Safety

Posted by Doctor Erick on Sep 20, 2017 12:56:40 PM

Pharmacovigilance is a vital factor to have a cohesive drug regulation system in place, in terms of tracking and assessing adverse drug reactions (ADRs). Pharmacovigilance encompasses a crucial role in the clinical research and it is showing humongous growth. Currently, the worldwide network of pharmacovigilance centers, harmonized by Uppsala Monitoring Centre, are operating on the global level for appropriate functioning of the process of drug safety monitoring across the world, according to a media statement by sbwire.com.

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Topics: Drug Safety

Environment Monitoring Using Risk Based Approach - 2

Posted by Doctor Dan on Sep 19, 2017 12:58:22 PM

In the Clinical Research arena, the Environmental Monitoring (EM) Program - comprising of viable and non-viable monitoring elements – is designed to routinely monitor particulates as well as micro-organisms in key spears of pharmaceutical manufacturing facility, especially in the aseptic processing areas. While the viable or micro-biological monitoring is replete with routine monitoring of the manufacturing environment for the trace of micro-organisms, the non-viable particulate monitoring, calculates the airborne particle count and further offers inputs on the routine maintenance of the clean room air classification.

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Topics: Clinical Research

Amazon might foray into Clinical Trials Segment

Posted by Doctor Dan on Sep 18, 2017 12:43:12 PM

The global e-commerce Major Amazon has made many awestruck with its foray into the hitherto untapped area of healthcare. Although, the company has a perfect platform for selling any product under the sun, including pharmaceutical items, but then why should it get into healthcare segment is the question that begs an answer, according to medium.com report.

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Topics: Clinical Research

Mobile Data For Clinical Trial-2

Posted by Phil on Sep 15, 2017 4:22:53 PM

A new research report, published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research reveals that the mobile device (Mobile Technology) can effectively support a slew of things within the clinical research such as project management, data management, and telemonitoring, according to a mhealthintelligence.com report.

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Topics: Clinical Research

Emergence of New York City as Life Sciences Hub - 2

Posted by Doctor Dan on Sep 14, 2017 2:50:55 PM

The New York based real estate developers Taconic Investment Partners and Silverstein Properties are investing in excess of $20 million for the facelift of the 326,861 square feet Movie Lab building in Midtown Manhattan for Life Science research purpose, writes John Caulfield, Senior Editor of bdcnetwork.com.

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Topics: General Medical

Latest Revisions In The Health and Human Services (HHS)

Posted by Doctor Dan on Sep 11, 2017 2:49:59 PM

Clinical trials and research completely depend on the consent of people who volunteer to participate in such studies. These people are termed as human subjects. Health and Human Services plays a significant role in protecting and safeguarding  the interests and well-being of these subjects. It deals with rules for Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance and more.

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Topics: Clinical Research

Data Capture Methods- eCOA and ePRO!

Posted by Phil on Sep 11, 2017 10:35:56 AM

Over the recent years, the data capture technology has influenced a large sector of business organizations in terms of novel approaches and seamless execution. Electronic clinical outcome assessments and Electronic patient report assessments follow methodologies that are appropriate for effective data capture mechanisms. Both of these technology-enabled methods project a comprehensive space into user's everyday lives for using their device-inclusive approach i.e. the data captured can be accessed from any internet connected device such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets, medical devices, and PCs.

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Topics: Data Science

Importance of Tableau in Data Analytics

Posted by Phil on Sep 1, 2017 2:32:06 PM

Tableau enables businesses to make decisions using the data visualization features available to business users of any background and Industry. It empowers businesses to keep up with the continuously evolving technology and outperform its competition through an innovative means of visualizing their data. There is not a single data source that Tableau fails to connect with. Let it be Data Warehouse, MS Excel or any web data, it establishes a connection with all of them. Basically, in any type of data analytics, Tableau provides an end to end insight by transforming data into visually engaging, interactive views in dashboards. With easy to use drag-and-drop interface one can come up with insights in few moments rather than months or years.

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Topics: Data Science

Recent trends in Neuromorphic Engineering

Posted by Phil on Aug 30, 2017 3:14:35 PM

Technology is changing the world at an unimaginable speed. It has been the greatest transformation tool in the modern world. From the age of Industrial revolution, the world has changed completely. Today, we cannot imagine our life without technology.

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Topics: Data Science

How Artificial Intelligence Is Helping The Pharmaceutical Industries?

Posted by Phil on Aug 23, 2017 3:53:09 PM

The current drug discovery process needs to shift dramatically in order to meet the needs of both the society and patients in the 21st Century. Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, in particular, present the pharmaceutical industry with a real opportunity to do R&D differently, so that it can operate more efficiently and substantially improve success at the early stages of drug development. There needs to be a fundamental shift in drug discovery and Artificial Intelligence holds the key to bringing the pharmaceutical industry into the 21st Century.

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Topics: Data Science