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The Past, Present, and Future of Pharmaceutical Regulations

AAPS Salary Survey

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2017 AAPS Annual Salary Survey Report

The state of the profession as of July 1, 2017, summarizing survey results. 

A summary report on salary and employment trend data in the pharmaceutical industry gathered from AAPS members in a web-based survey. 

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Professional Development

ProfDev

Soft Skills in a World of Hard Data

Tips to strengthen your communication and leadership skills and make a lasting impact.

At an AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition Career Development session, David Otey shared how he went from a lackluster conference speaker to a communications expert based on these three principles.

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Pharmaceutical Science Update

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February 21, 2018 Universities and biomedical researchers narrowly escaped a White House cull in federal funding, saved by the recent budget deal that kept the National Institutes of Health (NIH) afloat at current levels. On Feb. 12, the White House ...
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The draft New Drugs and Clinical Trials Rules, 2018, issued on Feb. 1, propose to speed up approvals, from the current roughly six months to between 45 and 90 days, depending on whether the drug to be tested is developed in India or has been approved ...
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A bill introduced on Feb. 15 would dedicate $1 billion over five years to developing a universal flu vaccine that could eliminate the need to update and administer an annual flu shot that has varying degrees of effectiveness. “The flu is a formidable ...
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Project BioShield works best when it is given money that can be used over an extended time, rather than a year-to-year funding approach, government and private-sector officials said on Feb. 14. After several years of annual appropriations, the Trump administration's ...
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February 14, 2018 A Houston-based biotech executive has been confirmed by the Senate to oversee the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) programs to protect research volunteers and ensure research integrity. On Feb. 7, the Senate confirmed ...