Contract research organizations and diagnostic testing companies support drug development for life sciences companies, helping to move therapies from idea to market. Careers covering a wide range of responsibilities and skill sets are available in the field — beyond just drug development.
In fact, a wide variety of jobs exist, including laboratory scientists, statisticians, quality assurance professionals, and project managers, as well as careers in supporting roles like human resources, finance, sales, and marketing. No matter your education level, skillset, or prior experience, there’s likely a career waiting for you in the clinical research field.
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