The Importance and Future of Antimicrobial Surveillance Studies Robert Masterton + Author Affiliations Reprints or correspondence: Dr. The Home Depot - Home Left Article Image Left Article Header Corporate Responsibility What is a CRO, and why would you want to work for one? : London Blog The second of four posts on alternative careers, based on presentations at the Source Event 2008 A simplistic view of lab-based careers might split the options into academic research or work in the industrial sector. Either route, but particularly the latter, can encompass a broad spectrum of roles and goals. Working in industry need not mean that you’re part of a big pharma company like Glaxo or Pfizer, as Elizabeth Allen explained at this year’s Source Event. Allen designs Phase I clinical trials for a living.
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