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SAS training with Live Project : Medwin Hospitals
Submitted by biomedinformatics; posted on Tuesday, April 19, 2011
SAS, Biostatistics & Project in Clinical Research Medwin Hospitals, a Multi Speciality Hospital with excellence in modern health care ventures BioMed Informatics in the field of Clinical Research by keeping in view of the tremendous applications in improving the quality of the health care. Statistical analysis plays a predominant role in finding the safety and efficacy of a drug in Clinical Research. It is very difficult to draw a concrete conclusion from Clinical Research because of inherent differences between two individuals and also from group to group. The extent of this variability in a character is by way of chance, i.e., biological or normal is revealed by statistical methods. Interpretation, drawing conclusions and recommendations play a major role in Clinical Research. Our candidates employed in Satyam Computers, ICMR, Quintiles, Novartis, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Parexel International (India) Pvt Ltd, Pioneer Corporate Services Inc-USA, Texas Woman’s University-USA and many more… Interested candidates are kindly requested to fill the enquiry form in the website www.biomedlifesciences.com for further information. Please note that we also provide separate hostel facility assistance for ladies as well as gents. Thanking you, Mr.Subba Rao Mobile: 09989684450 BioMed Informatics Medwin Hospitals B Block, First Floor, Nampally, Hyderabad-500 001 Phone: 040 - 40209750 / 66821025 Website: www.biomedlifesciences.com
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