Clinical Research Career Day and CTA Job opportunity, network with more speakers
10 février 2014 § Poster un commentaire
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The reported Clinical Research Career Day will be held on Thursday,
February 13, 2014 from 6:00 PM in the Jean Brebeuf College at
3200 Ch. de la côte Ste-Catherine, Montréal, H3T 1C1, room 1.122
*Working in Regulatory Affairs. Professions, job requirements,
how to get in the field, my personal experience and my story
Patricia Smith, PhD, Regulatory Affairs Consultant at Otsuka Pharmaceutical
*What is a Site Management Organization (SMO) and a Contract
Research Organization (CRO); role of Access Clinical Research SMO
Svet Kristof, MSc, CCRA, Managing Director of Access Clinical Research SMO
*Phase I Infectious Diseases Clinical trial on a combination therapy
for the treatment of infectious diseases (malaria)
Soriba Siccé, PhD, CEO and founder of Karici Diagnostocs, Inc.
Admission: Early birds: $10 At the door: $15 Students & assistants: $10
Qualified volunteers with the following experience will be needed for a Phase I
infectious diseases study:
– Knowledge of GCP requirements, Canadian/FRSQ regulations is a plus
– Experience in design of Protocol and Investigation brochure, or
– Experience in preparation of Clinical trial application in Quebec, or
– Training or experience in IRB submission process, or
– Design of Informed consent and Patient brochure, or
– Design of CRF and other trial related documentation, or
– Investigator s and patients recruitment, study start-up,
– Experience in clinical projects management is a plus
– Experience in infectious diseases (malaria) is a plus
– Registered nurse or phlebotomy certificate is a plus
– Functional bilingualism in French and English is a plus
Other administrative and support tasks will be provided also. The study will be
carried out by the CRO/SMO Access Clinical Research affiliated to CRA School
and its objective is to provide the 1st Canadian clinical trial experience as pro bono
CTA (Clinical Trial Assistant) to students, alumni and other candidates and position
them as working already in the field. Bring your CV. Priority to SMO members.
The CRO/SMO Access Clinical Research is a cooperative non-profit organization
running a social economy projec. Its mission to create jobs for its members and
facilitate the integration of qualified professionals in career change to this field.
More clinical trials will be provided soon for the coop placement of the members .
Number of places limited to 35.
Register in advance to cra.careers.days @ gmail.com and specify what to type
on your badge (names, degree, position, organization, etc)
Metro University of Montréal, go down aside the HEC, the college is on your left,
in front of the Ste-Justine hospital. Use the side entry from avenue Decelles.
Free parking for the participants.
Please forward this information to friends who may be interested in clinical research careers.