Clinical Research training in CRB Tech

Clinical Research training in CRB Tech

CRB Tech provides different unique applications for ambitious experts willing to engage in a profession in Clinical Research, Clinical Data Management, Information Research, Healthcare Picture, Pharmacovigilance and Regulating Matters. The coaching course is designed to offer a profession for experts from Life Sciences and Research background. Faculty at CRB Tech are highly experienced employees with industry experience and they train with hands on experience on various areas in clinical research, Information Research, Pharmacovigilance, Drug regulatory affairs, imaging analysis etc. CRB Tech offer coaching in three different ways like Category Space, e-learning in Clinical Research training institute, Pharmacy and Science learners and experts ambitious to make a profession in Healthcare Analysis.
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CRB Tech provides coaching in two different ways like Class Room, e-learning. There are certification applications for each component as well as internship applications where learners get to work on real projects in the different divisions at CRB Tech Analysis Laboratories. In addition, CRB Tech also provides personalized courses based on the need for experts working with in the corporate sector for clinical research training institute.

Eligibility

These applications are most appropriate for Life Technology Graduate students, Physicians, Healthcare Experts, Pharmacy technician etc. Any one of the following lowest credentials is compulsory to be eligible for clinical research training:

  • Sc. / M. Sc. in Biotechnology, Microbiology, Genetics, Biochemistry or life sciences.
  • B.B.S / B.D.S / B.A.M.S / B.H.M.S.
  • Pharmacy/ M. Pharmacy
  • Graduates or Post Graduates in Nursing
  • E (BT) / B. Tech (BT)

Mode of training

  • Class room training
  • Online training
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