Pharmaceutical Medicine Programs
Those working in Research & Development, Medical, Medical Information and Regulatory Departments in pharmaceutical companies are responsible for the discovery and selection of new drugs for development, their evaluation for efficacy and safety in preclinical and clinical studies, pharmacovigilance (e.g. monitoring and reporting of adverse drug reactions), registration of new drugs and associated regulatory activities, pharmacoeconomic studies, and other activities.
The UNSW programs in Pharmaceutical Medicine have been designed to ensure staff are adequately equipped with the skills needed to competently perform their roles in the industry.
The programs also provide an excellent opportunity for recent graduates in Medical Sciences, and those in a variety of research positions to upgrade skills.
Please note: The Pharmaceutical Medicine program will be undergoing changes in 2017. Direct enrolments will no longer be accepted for 9060, 5504 or 7370.