There are so many opportunities in the clinical research industry. At the site level, some are study coordinator, principal investigator, sub investigator, research assistant. At the CRO level there are CRA's, CTA's, CMA's, medical monitors, project managers. At Sponsor level there are dozens of others. What is good about many of these, is one's ability to "level up" over time into more desireable and higher paying positions.
On this blog, I try to give practical advice to anyone who may be interested in learning more about the clinical research industry. While a lot of attention has been given to the research sites, CRA's, and the like, not very much has been said about project managers. In this video I discuss some common interview questions that a CRO or a pharmaceutical company might ask of any potential project manager candidate. Hope this can help some of you out!
The vast opportunities that exist within the clinical research industry are rarely discussed outside of people who are already working in this field. When you take a look at just a research site, let alone a CRO or a pharmaceutical sponsor, one can begin to see the seemingly limitless possibilities that are available. In this video I decided to delve deeper into this topic in hopes of shining some much needed light in this direction.