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The US Food & Drug Administration (FDA), European Medicines Agency (EMA) and other global regulators require  that employees in the pharmaceutical, medical device and biotech industries are trained to meet compliance standards and have fundamental job knowledge.  The Life Science Training Institute (LSTI), a division of Life Science Connect, has developed curriculum that is impactful, convenient and affordable.

Browse our upcoming medical device, biotechnology and pharmaceutical training courses and start on the path to career advancement!

UPCOMING COURSES

Understanding and Implementing the New EU Regulation for Initiating and Conducting Clinical Trials May 4, 2017
1pm-2:30pm EDT, Online Training
Duration:  90 Minutes
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
Reacting to “Human Error” – Moving Beyond “Retraining” As A Response May 9, 2017
1pm-2:30pm EDT, Online Training
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
Bioprocess Facility Design - Layout Rules and Configurations May 10, 2017
1pm-2:30pm EDT, Online Training
Duration:  90 Minutes
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
Simplifying Your Quality System While Implementing ISO 13485:2016 Requirements – Strategies for Success May 11, 2017
1pm-2:30pm EDT, Online Training
Duration:  90 Minutes
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
Pediatric Clinical Trials: Special Considerations and Requirements May 15, 2017
1pm-2:30pm EDT, Online Training
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
Cloud Computing In A GxP Environment: Three Key Success Factors May 16, 2017
1pm-2:30pm EDT, Online Training
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
Manufacturing & Laboratory Equipment Qualification – Ensuring Bullet-Proof Results May 17, 2017
1pm-2pm EDT, Online Training
Duration:  60 Minutes
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
Drug Development 101 – How A Drug Is Made May 18, 2017
1pm-2:30pm EDT, Online Training
Duration:  90 Minutes
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
EU vs. US GMP: Understanding Major Differences Post FDA/EMA Mutual Recognition Agreement May 23, 2017
1pm-2:30pm EDT, Online Training
Duration:  90 Minutes
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
FDA Guidance on Medical Device Cybersecurity - Preparing for the Present and Future June 6, 2017
1pm-2:00pm EDT, Online Training
Duration:  60 Minutes
Price:  $299 - Includes Bonus Handouts!
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  • LIVE Online Training: Our courses mix the affordability and convenience of online training with the interactivity of the classroom
  • Custom On-Site Training: Biotech, medical device, and pharmaceutical training tailored to your needs and delivered at your faciity
  • Certificate Programs: Earn a professional certificate in a number of Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Biotech disciplines
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LIFE SCIENCE NEWS & INFORMATION

  • An FDA Perspective On Patient Diversity In Clinical Trials

    Since the late nineteenth century, it has been well-known that individuals can vary widely in their responses to the same medication. Yet, accurately predicting and addressing the effects of that variability during drug development has continued to bedevil researchers, drug sponsors, and regulators.

  • How To Establish The Number Of Runs Required For Process Validation

    FDA regulations, ISO standards, and GHTF guidance documents do not prescribe the number of runs required for process validation activities. Industry has typically used three batches during the process performance qualification phase to demonstrate that a process is capable of consistently delivering quality product, but the so-called "rule of three" is no longer appropriate for process validation activities.

  • How To Establish Sample Sizes For Process Validation When Destructive Or Expensive Testing Is Required

    This article will discuss how to establish sample sizes for process validation when the testing required is expensive or destructive. Of all the approaches discussed in this series, this one is probably the most difficult to address and statistically justify.

  • How To Establish Sample Sizes For Process Validation Using LTPD Sampling

    The first article in this series, Risk-Based Approaches To Establishing Sample Sizes For Process Validation (June 2016), provided and established the relationship between risk and sample size. This article will demonstrate the use of lot tolerance percent defective (LTPD) to establish sample sizes for process validation.

  • How To Establish Sample Sizes For Process Validation Using Variable Sampling Plans

    The first article in this series, Risk-Based Approaches To Establishing Sample Sizes For Process Validation (June 2016), provided and established the relationship between risk and sample size. This article will demonstrate the use of variable sampling plans to establish sample sizes for process validation.

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