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Excellent opportunities for physicians in pharma - iqureclinical
Are you an ECFMG certified physician who got unlucky during match?
Or are you a board-certified physician who is looking for a career change?
Or are you a physician Mom who would like to work from the comfort of your home?
Or are you an IMG who is finding it difficult to pass the USMLE exams?
Or are you a physician who is tired of the whole residency/match process in the US?
Or are you an intern/resident who cannot cope up with the stress during your residency?
Or are you simply eager to start a pharmaceutical career and want to make a difference for patients on a larger scale?

If your answer to any of the above is “Yes!”, let us introduce you to our Post graduate diploma in pharmacovigilance program with hands on training in pharmacovigilance and drug safety.

The – certification program is designed for physicians aspiring to make a career in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries. Some of the features include:
- Accredited by ACCRE (Accreditation Council for Clinical Research & Education)
- 16 weeks duration
- Weekend/weekday online/live classes from the comfort of your home
- Hands-on knowledge and training of global pharmacovigilance activities across all stages of drug development
- Training provided by US residency trained pharmacovigilance experts
- Job oriented training
- Job guidance support provided at the end of the program that includes interview coaching, resume building sessions, mock interviews, and job readiness training.

It’s time to kick-start your career!
Are you ready? Call (617) 600 – 7769 (or) email [email protected] for a demo session or for more information. Our website:

So you want to be a Pharmaceutical Physician?

Average salaries for Pharmaceutical Physicians.

1. Medical Reviewer/Associate Medical Director, Medical Director, Sr Medical Director (Note: These positions do not require a US license),44.htm

2. Pharmacovigilance Scientist, Pharmacovigilance Specialist (Note: These positions do not require a US license)

Thanks for the information
Recently I completed my graduation in in pharma and now I am looking for job opportunities on industrial scale. This helps me a lot to find a compatible job to make my career in pharmacy department.
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