Monthly Archives: May 2016

What Students in Pharmaceutical Courses Need to Know About Biosimulation in Drug Development

Developing a new drug in the pharmaceutical industry can be a very lengthy process. When you consider what’s involved in evaluating new drugs, it can take a lot of time,…

Clinical Trial Monitoring: An Intro for Students in Clinical Research College

Clinical trials are supervised procedural studies that seek to test the safety and efficacy of a new drug, therapy, or device in an effort to improve, innovate, or develop new…

Health Canada’s Recall Process: A Brief Guide for Students in Drug Regulatory Affairs Training

From the wonder-drug penicillin to the Canadian born insulin, the expanding pharmaceutical industry has produced many medical miracles in the form of innovative drugs. In fact, Trevor Stone, head of…

4 Reasons Why HPLC Training Grads are in High Demand

The reliability and efficiency of High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) testing—a chemistry technique that’s used to separate and identify organic and inorganic compounds—has made it an exceptionally powerful tool in…