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There are other career options for those who do not get matched. Sometimes finding residency does not always pan out the way we hope for it to. Last year roughly 12,000 students did not get matched.

Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety is a great option for those who would like to leverage their medical educational backgrounds and step into a high paying 9-5 type of career.

Studies show that the Global Pharmacovigilance market is expected to reach USD 5.51 billio by 2020, resulting in an increasing demand for trained professionals in the field. As more and more novel drugs are produced with large market sizes, an increasing number of expertly trained professionals are required to monitor these drugs and report the adverse activities to meet international compliance and regulatory guidelines.

Who Hires Drug Safety Associates?
-Pharmaceutical Companies
-Contract Research Organizations (CROs)
-Biotech companies
-Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPOs) such as Accenture, COgnizant technologies, iGATE etc.
-Regulatory Authorities such as the FDA and CDSCO

What are the popular career paths for foreign medical graduates?

-Drug Safety Specialist/Drug Safety Physician
-Risk Management Specialist
-Drug Regulatory Affairs Specialist
-Medical Director

Why Do This Program?

Due to the huge demand for trained professionals in the field, entry level positions are paying generously. There is potential to earn up to 70-100k just in the first year alone. After only five years, there is potential to earn up to a quarter of a million dollars or more.

Occupational training is one of the best and most secure ways to get into Drug Safety. Pharmacovigilance is a great career option for those who have not gotten residency, IMG's, medical graduates, nurses, and pharmacists, or anyone looking to advance their healthcare careers

Sollers Institute is a leading occupational training center. They have a dedicated career services team that promises to help place their students in companies like Novartis, Pfizer, Baxter, Astra Zeneca, Columbia University, Celerion, and so many more companies they have built relationships with from all over the U.S.

In just 9 or 15 weeks, you can get certified and placed in the field of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety.

Sollers Has Successfully transitioned Doctors into the following roles:
Medical Reviewer
Drug Safety Physician
Drug Safety Specialist
Pharmacovigilance Scientist
Global Clinical Study Manager
Global Clinical Operations
Clinical Trial Manager
Clinical Monitoring Manager
Lead Clinical Research Associate
Clinical Research Scientist

Why choose Sollers?

-Nationally accredited institute(accredited by COE)
-Hands on training on tools like Oracle Argus, Oracle Clinical, SAS, Oracle Empirika.
-Faculty includes highly experienced industry practitioners
-Certified course material provided for training
-Assistance for placements

Sollers has a dedicated career services team which will assist you in:

1) Resume reconstruction
2) Mock interview preparation
3) Applying for suitable position

Our programs are designed to meet the need of the industry and we would like to help you in bringing a perspective to:
i) Your career goals
ii) Skills required to achieve your goals
iii) How we can help you in achieving your goals

If you would like to find out more about how you can get into this field, then feel free to email me at jasmines@sollers.edu or call 331-999-0061

Jasmine Sethi
100 Menlo Park, Suite 550
Edison, NJ 08837
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