Colorado State University’s BioMARC Regional Training Center for Product Translation is offering a new course in pre-clinical aspects of product translation. The four-hour course will be from 5-9 p.m. March 25 at the Fort Collins Hilton Hotel. Sign-in begins at 4:30 p.m.
This interactive course will provide attendees with an understanding of the preclinical trial process. Topics will target preclinical trial design, animal modeling, toxicology, transition to human clinical trials and related Food and Drug Administration regulations. Instructors are experts in the field.
Networking and job-placement opportunities also will be provided to enhance the science of product translation in the region.
The course will be recorded and offered online April 15 through the Continuing Education Department at Colorado State University.
The course is designed for:
– academic professionals interested in bringing innovations to market,
– industry professionals seeking to learn more about the product translational pathway and project management and network with researchers interested in bringing their innovations to market, and
– students interested in employment in the pharmaceutical industry.
Registration is $55 for students, $85 for academic faculty and staff and $130 for industry professionals. Registration closes on Monday, March 23. Online registration is available at www.biomarc.colostate.edu.
For more information and a schedule of upcoming courses, contact Deanna Scott, director of the BioMARC Regional Training Center for Product Translation, at (970)491-8685 or Deanna.Scott@colostate.edu.
The BioMARC Regional Training Center for Product Translation is a multi-disciplinary organization that fosters regional product translation training for students, researchers and pharmaceutical industry professionals seeking to expand their knowledge of product development and the related regulatory pathways involved in bringing a product to market.