Sri Ramachandra University (Chennai), Tamilnadu is offering an innovative PG Diploma course in Translational Clinical Research. The trend of studying diseases at a molecular or cellular level and later progressing towards clinical level is fast gaining popularity across the science research community. Regenerative medicine will help in creating living, functional tissues to repair organ function. But it is a long process that needs quality and dedicated research and application skills along with well trained professionals. The PG Diploma in Translational Clinical Research offered by Sri Ramachandra University is a much relevant course in this regard. Following are details of the programme:
Eligibility and Qualification: Candidates with a Bachelor in Medicine or a Bachelor in Dental Science are eligible for the course (MBBS or Bachelor s in Science). Duration of the programme is one year; Course fee is Rs 60,000 approximately. Those completed the course will get an approximate starting salary of Rs 15,000- 25,000 per month and depends on the company. For more details about admission into this programme, see www.sriramachandra.edu.in.
The PG Diploma course has been developed in partnership with the international pharmaceutical company, Bristol-Myers-Squibb. The programme will be offered as an interdisciplinary training based course with an internship program for the students at the reputed Biocon- Bristol-Myers-Squibb Research Centre located at Bangalore. This course is intended to train the candidates to become industry-ready manpower for joining hospitals, research centers and pharma industries that involves in the conduct of clinical trials and pre- clinical toxicology work for drug development.