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Ever since his time at sixth-form, Jacob Lowman has been interested in drug development and understanding how drugs come to the market. Through studying Pharmacology at the University of Liverpool, he learnt more about the world of clinical research and how he could forge a path into this truly unique career.
When Jack Moody graduated with a BSc in biochemistry, he hadn’t considered a career in clinical research and was unsure about which career path to take. Now, he’s a year into his new role as a CPM with the start-up ROKC, has completed two CGX training courses and has over 3 years of experience in the clinical research field.
Are you thinking of starting a career in clinical trials? Is the pharmaceutical industry something that piques your interest? If so, then you have landed in the right place.
R.Batta graduated with an MSc in Computer Science and went on to secure jobs in data management as a Clinical Trial Practitioner (CTP) and as a project manager. Despite R.Batta’s successes and achievements, she had always wanted to pursue a career in a Clinical Research Assistant (CRA) role, but didn’t know how to secure the skills for the role and gain entry into the field.
Have you been thinking about progressing in your clinical career? Maybe you’re a clinical trial administrator who is ready to take the next step. Well, if this sounds like you, you have come to the right place. In this blog, we are going to be taking you through the role of a clinical research associate (CRA), its salary and whether it may be a position you could see yourself in.
The international efforts of scientists, medical researchers and clinical trials have been pivotal to containing the spread, impact and morbidities caused by Covid-19. Life-saving vaccines and research have provided a roadmap for countries to eventually re-open their economies. Rigorous regulatory standards have allowed companies to safely produce and roll out vaccines. The public are invested in clinical trials, research and public health like never before.