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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      Edison New Jersey 08837 -2488

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Sollers Blog

Life Cycle of a Pharmacist!

Posted by Doctor Erick on Aug 23, 2017 11:22:15 AM

Pharmacists are medication experts responsible for supplying quality medicines to patients as required to achieve best outcomes. He/she is a healthcare professional practicing pharmacy. Pharmacists play an important role in pharmaceutical market and pharmaceutical industry.

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Topics: Drug Safety

How A Clinical Research Care Option (CRCO) Can Increase Patient-Centricity

Posted by Doctor Dan on Aug 23, 2017 10:34:50 AM

In the present times, when personalized medicine is the dominant trend patient centricity in clinical trials, research continues to grow at a rapid rate. Today, the patient wants; requirements and complete well-being have become the priority in clinical research and trials.   Patient -centricity in clinical trials may require substantial investment in the clinical trial design but has a positive impact on recruitment and retention of participants in the trials and studies.       

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Topics: Clinical Research

Data Integrity Risk and Mitigation!

Posted by Phil on Aug 22, 2017 12:46:00 PM

The United States Federal Drug Administration (USFDA) defines Data Integrity as data, which is complete, consistent and accurate. It further defines data integrity as data, which is:

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Topics: Data Science

RBM's Key Risk Indicators- A Study!

Posted by Doctor Erick on Aug 21, 2017 1:07:43 PM

Clinical trials are part of a long and careful research process that delves into testing which medical approaches and new pharmaceutical products work best for different groups of people affected by particular medical conditions. Since their purpose is to perform research and human beings are involved in the research as participants, the trials need to follow stringent scientific standards. They also need to be monitored so as to ensure the safety of the participants.

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Topics: Clinical Research

The Importance Of Patient Centricity In Clinical Trials

Posted by Phil on Aug 18, 2017 12:52:56 PM

On a run to adopt new technologies and implement effective ways which could bring out possible changes in the healthcare industry a lot of innovative techniques have been introduced into the market.

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Topics: Clinical Research

Impact of Social Media on Drug Safety

Posted by Doctor Dan on Aug 17, 2017 10:57:07 AM

The phenomenal reach of the internet and social media over the last few years has led to a revolutionary shift in how people are communicating with one another today. Social media platforms and applications are fast becoming the go-to form and bullet speed mode of communication in today’s web era.  Digital media is used by biopharmaceutical companies for communication with patients to create awareness about diseases and treatments, clinical trial enrollments and patient support programs that support the cause of drug safety. However, unlike other areas in healthcare, use of the internet and social media has progressed slower in Product Safety/Product Vigilance (PV).

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Topics: Drug Safety

Semantic Indexing Along With Deep Learning

Posted by Phil on Aug 16, 2017 11:14:05 AM

One of the main areas that are trending in the research sectors of Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition is Deep Learning (DL). DL focuses on Machine Learning tools and techniques and applies them in resolving complications which lack human or artificial thoughts and could be achieved in data science. DL is achieved by learning over a cascade of many layers. DL handles many real world complications, such as Machine Translation, Object Recognition, and Localization, Speech Recognition, Image caption generation, Distributed representation for text, Natural Language Processing, Image Classification, etc., with its data-driven representation learning. The traditional computing is facing challenges in dealing with high-dimensional and streaming data, semantic indexing, and scalability of models.

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Topics: Data Science

Drug Development Ethics

Posted by Doctor Dan on Aug 14, 2017 4:12:36 AM

Before learning about drug development ethics it is very important to track and analyze on some of the potential risks involved in drug development ethics. The foremost concern affecting the ethics of global clinical trials is its Globalization Policy.

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Topics: Drug Safety

Methods of Big data Preprocessing!

Posted by Phil on Aug 11, 2017 1:11:36 PM

The presence of data preprocessing methods for data mining has been reviewed over the past few years with a lot of high volumes, velocity, and a variety of data that require a new high-performance processing. A large computational infrastructure in big data along with a challenging and time-demanding task is involved to ensure successful data processing and analysis. Approaches in big data comprise of definition, characteristics, and categorization of data preprocessing. There is a huge connection between big data and data preprocessing throughout all families of methods and big data technologies and everything will be examined including developments on different big data framework, such as Hadoop, Spark and Flink and the encouragement in devoting substantial research efforts in some families of data preprocessing methods and applications on new big data learning paradigms.

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Topics: Data Science

Quality Management Systems in Drug Safety

Posted by Doctor Erick on Aug 9, 2017 12:51:29 PM

Quality is defined as one of the areas that are relatively new to drug safety and pharmacovigilance (PV). It is no longer enough to do a good job and know you’re doing a good job, but now this must be documented and reviewed by overseers to ensure that, you really are doing a good job!  In fact, one might say that, after x years of doing drug safety, “I know how to do this!”  But if one thinks about it, it is always worthwhile having another set of eyes look at someone’s work to be sure no issues or errors have slipped in.  We certainly want someone to double check airplanes and the pilot before take-off or the functioning of nuclear reactors.  So now we have it in the drug safety spectrum. With drug safety evolving into a key priority area for the biopharmaceutical industry, the emphasis on quality and compliance has increased substantially. As regulatory oversight of company safety activities for approved pharmaceutical products becomes more holistic than simply assuring adequate and compliant procedures that meet legal obligations, the system is being transformed into one that is more proactive, robust and more clinically useful.

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Topics: Drug Safety