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Life Science Jobs Part Two

January 5, 2012 by  
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A medical Affairs professional must understand that the end goal is to focus on the patient.  Science and technology can be used in numerous ways to helps the lives of patients and discover new ways of organising medical business.

Regulatory Affairs

Regulatory Affair professionals must be highly focused and be passionate about the safety and efficacy of products in the pharmaceutical and medical industries.  They must also have a vast knowledge of legal, scientific and business issues in order to carry out their job properly.  They need to make sure that products are produced to legal and safety standards and guidelines.

Regularity affairs professionals play a major role in communication between their organisation and various regulatory authorities.

Some of the projects and assignments they might be involved in on a daily basis include researching international legislation, collecting information about products, writing product labels and coming up with arguments for new product licences.

PVG

Pharmacovigilance specialists make up a chain of knowledgeable and skilled drug safety professionals.  They also give support in many functional tasks such as safety training, adverse reactions, safety trend analysis and maintaining global safety databases.

Pharmacological science can be explained as the assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse effects of medicines.

Consequently it is a very important role which has the potential to directly change patients lives and experiences.  Pharmacovigilnace specialists take information from healthcare providers and patients about medication and they point out information which can prevent dangerous situations for patients.

Validation

A validation professional is mainly involved with audit, planning compliance, and analysis.  This is a very technical position which requires good leadership, communication and problem solving skills as well as good laboratory and manufacturing practices.

Life Scientist

The role of a Life Scientist mainly consists of carrying out research which results in gaining a better scientific understanding of things.  Anyone wishing to pursue a career in the Life Sciences must be comfortable with planning, designing, conducting and analysing experiments and many different forms of research.

There are vast range of subjects which fall under the Life Sciences category such as Microbiology, plant studies, physiology, pharmacology, genomics and biotechnology.

Some of the jobs that a Life Scientist would be involved with range from showing work and findings, taking part in field work, coming up with new ideas for experiments and distributing the results across the Scientific field.

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