Translational Biomedical Research Management (TBRM)
Translational biomedical research is a field of exceptional opportunity. Its territories of influence are scattered throughout the lifespan of any healthcare product – drug, medical device or mobile application – from its safety assessment to post-marketing surveillance, and final application fine-tuning. However, such catalytic conversion of knowledge into optimal and cost-effective human health benefits requires an environment with unprecedented logistical needs, including a workforce with a singular blend of talents and competencies.
Depending on the development segment you target, you will achieve your best performance in the translational biomedical research field by integrating skills not only from health and natural sciences but also from behavioral and social science backgrounds. You will gain advanced competency in understanding the current healthcare landscape and identifying alternatives to advance clinical sciences implementation.
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In the last five years, the number of new drug applications approved by the FDA has nearly tripled and the number of new medical device approvals has almost doubled. Beyond the extensive pipeline of new molecules, emerging technologies that enable real time monitoring of human physiology have set the stage for an explosion of new medical device development. This generated a record demand for individuals capable of effectively navigating the evolving regulatory and research environment that advances health product development throughout the T1 through T4 translational biomedical research segments.
According to Indeed.com, over 25,000 job openings required expertise in clinical outcomes management as of in January 2019. Pharmacovigilance competency was listed in 10,000+ job openings on Monster.com, indicating a high market demand for the type of positions for which the new master’s degree program graduates will be prepared.
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Contact us at TBRM@hartwick.edu or 607-431-4404.