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 Facts You need to Know about our Internship in Drug Safety

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Mar 30, 2018 10:32:44 AM

We've written earlier about why Drug Safety is considered one of the hottest jobs of the future, and what do Drug safety professionals typically do on a work day.

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Topics: Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance, careers, career advice, oracle argus

Top 5 Reasons Regulatory Affairs is an Attractive Career choice 

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Mar 29, 2018 2:44:54 PM

Regulatory affairs (RA) professionals are responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable global laws and regulations in development and commercialisation of new drugs and healthcare products. It is a young, multidimensional profession that is international in scope, given that it deals with local and international stakeholders in healthcare to ensure compliance and safety of pharmaceutical products.

This is an exciting career choice in healthcare for those who prefer non-clinical settings and want to combine their technical as well as business and management skills.

Here are top five reasons why this young profession of RA has become an attractive career choice recently:

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Topics: General Medical, clinical trial courses, Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Trail Management, Clinical Research, careers, career advice, Regulatory Affairs

Four Reasons Why It is Important to Learn Oracle Argus

Posted by Sollers Team on Mar 21, 2018 2:02:13 PM

 

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Topics: Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Research

A Day in the Life of a Drug Safety Associate

Posted by Sollers Team on Mar 14, 2018 8:15:57 AM

 

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Topics: General Medical, Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance

Are you a Foreign Medical Graduate? Here are Five Alternate Career Choices

Posted by Sollers Team on Mar 5, 2018 3:05:57 PM

If you are a doctor born and educated outside the US, and have tried to practice medicine in the US, you know that it is a long and tedious journey. All states have various requirements that need to be satisfied in order to practice medicine, such as studying for and successfully completing the so-called “STEP” exams, as there are three steps to completion.  Additionally, there is a certification by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates that must be completed. Finally, proficiency in English and participating in a medical residency, which can take years, and a great deal of money, completes the requirements. Not to mention the emotional, financial and social toll these processes can take on you if you cannot clear any step or fail to find a good residency program.

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Topics: General Medical, clinical trial courses, Pharmacovigilance, Data Science, Clinical Trail Management, SAS Clinical

The Top Five Reasons Why Pharmacists Should Pursue a Career in Clinical Research

Posted by Sollers Team on Feb 27, 2018 10:54:56 AM

When you think of a pharmacist, you may envision a professional in a white coat dispensing your prescriptions, or a professional in a hospital setting, ensuring that patients receive the medications they need.

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Topics: clinical trial courses, Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Research

The Hottest Jobs of the Future

Posted by Sollers Team on Jan 26, 2018 1:20:11 PM

Medical advances, drug discovery, intelligent algorithms that increasingly predict our likes and probable choices – these factors are changing the ways we live. Data scientists and clinical research professionals are hence in high-demand as they are leading the charge in analyzing data to solve the world’s big issues, decipher health crises and improve drug efficacy faster than ever before. 

One look at the US Department of Labor’s Bureau of Statistics and its

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Topics: Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance, Data Science, Clinical Research

Ethics and Business Dynamics of Pharmacovigilance

Posted by Doctor Dan on Aug 15, 2016 5:51:15 AM

Pharmacovigilance is the science that deals with detection, assessment and monitoring of side effects of drugs available in the market. It covers hospitals, medical clinics etc. that use high levels of drugs.

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Topics: Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance

Data Mining Techniques of Pharamacovigilance

Posted by Doctor Dan on Aug 11, 2016 5:22:04 AM

The initial data that is collected by the health care industry is unstructured. Data is provided to clinics, doctors, administrators, stake holders, laboratories, marketers, and many other sectors related to the healthcare industry. This data when collected is unrefined and needs to be sorted to be able to provide it in right chunk to relevant sectors. Data of patient’s reports, diagnosis, and other information is critical to health care professionals. The uncluttered data is sorted using technology to get a comprehensive documentation on ever type of report.

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Topics: Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance

Importance of Drug Safety and Security

Posted by Doctor Dan on Jul 25, 2016 4:35:01 AM

Having a strong drug safety and security program is very important for the foundation of national ethos worldwide. Pharmacovigilance, the concept of drug safety programs require strong links with the regulatory body to make sure those authorities are aware of the safety issues in daily practice. Regulators know that pharmacovigilance is a specialized area that plays a key role in the ongoing safety measures taken to protect medicinal products.

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Topics: Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance