I have found a radiotherapist prescribing medicines to poor cancer patients and also obtaining diploma in clinical trial research from some unknown delhi organisation. He is medical director running cancer hospital can he take job as principal investigator based on this diploma.
Is it proper for medical director of cancer hospital to sign as principal investigator, what about his role of medical director, what about of conflict of interest as he holds both post PI and medical director. What is the remedy in such a situation
I have aspergers syndrome it has ruined my life i can not do interviews and have a lot of trouble with interviews, I have trouble with talking to people and making friends I do not have any, the only place i have to talk and feel listened to is on hear. I have tried to practice lots and im no better ateither. is there anything i can do about this problems or is my life ruined for ever?
I was wondering, how do you become one? How long does it take? Its the job " Hard"? & do you have to be super smart at math to become one? & what kind of GPA do you think you need to have to get accepted into medical school to bcome one? thanks!
My job title is administrative assistant however I do so much more. I do admin work, run the IT projects, troubleshoot and resolve IT issues, shipping, write policies, manage the office, prepare annual shareholder meetings, prepare board meetings, etc.
I report to the Director of Finance and Administration however I support every high up we have in the company (CEO, CSO, VP Sales & Marketing, VP Regulatory & Clinical Trials, and about 20 research and development scientists).
When I started (4 years ago) I supported about 10 people. Now it is close to 30 and I do all the IT work on top of everything. My company just moved and I did about 75?f the planning and moving. I think I deserve a promotion and a raise but I don't know what title to ask for or a salary base to ask for. I am way underpaid for all I do but none of the salary calculators will allow you to add multiple responsiblity jobs.... any help please???
I think my breakdown below is pretty accurate.
Admin Assistant: 5?Executive Assistant: 15?Office Manager: 40?Information Tech Manager: 40?
Wasn't obamacare enough government intervention into our health?
he Obama administration has become so concerned about the slowing pace of new drugs coming out of the pharmaceutical industry that officials have decided to start a billion-dollar government drug development center to help create medicines.
The new effort comes as many large drugmakers, unable to find enough new drugs, are paring back research. Promising discoveries in such illnesses as depression and Parkinson's that once would have led to clinical trials are instead going unexplored because companies have neither the will nor the resources to undertake the effort. Drug companies have typically spent twice as much on marketing as on research, a business model that is increasingly suspect.
The initial financing of the government's new drug center is small compared with the $45.8 billion that the industry estimates it invested in research in 2009. The cost of bringing a single drug to market can exceed $1 billion, according to some estimates.
Groundwork for drug firms
The National Institutes of Health has traditionally focused on basic research, such as describing the structure of proteins, leaving industry to create drugs using those compounds. But the drug industry's research productivity has been declining for 15 years, "and it certainly doesn't show any signs of turning upward," said Dr. Francis Collins, director of the institutes.
The job of the new center, to be called the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, is akin to that of a home seller who spruces up properties to attract buyers in a down market. In this case, the center will do as much research as it needs to do to attract drug company investment.
In-cog: Answer the question, it will help your brain evolve.
Was the birth control pill thoroughly tested before it was given to women?
Dr. Swerdloff, the director of the LA BioMed at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center’s Male Contraceptive Clinical Trials Center, says the development of a male contraceptive will change men’s view of their health and their role in reproductive decisions.
“Just as women gained greater control over their reproductive choices and their health with the advent of the birth control pill, a male contraceptive would get men more involved in their personal health care and would give them greater reproductive choices,” said Dr. Swerdloff.
If one is to believe these comments, then the pill is celebrated today as a drug that gives women “control” over their ability to conceive or not to conceive a child, depending on their whims and fancies. Or to put it another way, in blunt but honest terms, the unveiling of the birth control pill in 1960 invited females and their male counterparts to consider, for the first time in our brief history, the idea that fornication and adultery could be a group sport because this little chemical concoction was going to do away with the possibility of conceiving a child. At the same time, the pill created the idea, perhaps subconsciously, that all those who used it would no longer be put in the unpleasant position of having to accept responsibility for their actions. This life-changing prescription meant not having to live with the consequence of—God forbid—being with child (i.e. pregnant). In other words, the pill changed everything, turning the truth about human sexuality—waiting until marriage to engage in relations and welcoming a child as a gift—on its head and then denying those truths because they were merely old-fashioned, outdated ideas.
Very unhappy at work
I'm thinking about choosing one of the two careers I'm pretty interested in. I'm a patient, energetic 22 year old guy who loves to help people. I'm well with kids, and I do care for others. I work out by boxing, and I try to keep myself in good shape as possible. I had a talent for drawing and doing Graphic Design, but my talent pretty much died when I went to school for it. I just see myself drawing and doing side projects as a hobby....especially since the job market for that field is, it's too difficult to find a job for it.
Now, I'm a guy who's able to pick up on any type of job if they're able to train me. I've been thinking about what job (or career) I can pursue that will get me out of the retail minimum wage life. A job that I can grow with over time, and make steady income (I'm not a big spender). I asked myself, if there was any job I would want to learn that's brand new to me, what would it be?
So, being a Firefighter or a Dental Assistant came up in my head. No pressure at all when I think about it. One hand, being a Firefighter can be rewarding when it comes to saving people. Pay is pretty steady (not much how some people put it, but still enough for me), and the energy it delivers whenever that alarm starts ringing and it's time to check out the fire. I know it's dangerous, but I tend to look at the finer things in life.
As for the Dental Assistant idea, I see it as fun job to learn and grow with. I've heard employment is pretty good within that job field, and salary is decent. Pretty much provides a relaxing environment to make people feel like home (from my last appointment at the dentist office).
My family is known for taking up a good paying job and work with it as well as grow with it. My dad didn't like working retail and at a factory, so he joined the military before I was born. My mom didn't like the position she was in 7 years ago, so she took a contracting job. Just like them, I'm able to try out something new that can give me steady income and work with it. I just don't know which one to choose. I was thinking about getting my Sociology degree awhile ago....but..you know.
Which one would you guys recommend and why?