Industrial Pharmacist Experts

Industrial pharmacists research drug compounds and flourish new medications based on research. They test medicines for efficiency and security, oversee the manufacturing process to ensure medications are produced accurately, and they engage marketing and promoting new drugs to consumers, hospitals and doctors' offices. An industrial pharmacist may also be pledged for conducting clinical trials and evaluating the outcome of these trials to gauge a drug’s effectiveness and to determine potential risks or side effects. As part of a clinical drug trial, industrial pharmacists collaborate with other pharmaceutical companies, local and federal governments, and a variety of health care professionals to ensure trials are conducted safety and within federal or state guidelines for drug testing. Pharmacists must have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited college or university. To gain admission to a doctorate program in pharmacy, applicants must complete course work in anatomy and physiology, general biology, general chemistry, microbiology, organic chemistry, physics, immunology research, biochemistry, statistics, calculus, economics and the liberal arts. Pharmacists must be licensed by the state in which they intend to practice. Licensing requires successfully passing two comprehensive exams. 

Industrial pharmacists do many things but they are mainly involved in the research and development of new medicines, ensuring their safety and quality. Pharmacists may also work in technical support where they provide specialist technical support to development and clinical manufacturing campaigns. Pharmacist can also become involved in other roles within manufacturing, sales and marketing, and patenting. 

  • Industrial Safety
  • Industrial regulations
  • Industrial design
  • Pharmacy Management and Law

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