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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  • Friday | 12 PM - Midnight
  • Saturday | 12 PM - Midnight
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    • 100 Menlo Park, Suite 550
      Edison New Jersey 08837 -2488

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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

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