Starting Salary Package
ICRI’s unique curriculum combines academic and practical learning with its internship schemes with global companies like Ranbaxy, DR Reddy’s labs ,Glaxo SmithKline & Novartis to name a few.
90% of ICRI’s trainees are absorbed by these companies for a permanent position as ICRI’s programs, ensure that its graduates are equipped academically and are professionally trained for the global job market.
As a result of the courses covering a wide variety of subjects, ICRI graduates are also hired by IT companies like HCS, TCS and WIPRO
India’s first book on clinical research and pharmacovigilance was launched by ICRI.
It is the first institute to launch a PHD in Clinical Research and the first international and national conference in clinical research was also conducted by ICRI in India.
ICRI has conducted major corporate training workshops at companies such as Dr.Reddy’s, Apollo hospital, Panacea Biotech, IPCA LAB helping us to know the latest trends and practices in the industry.
ICRI has partnered with leading organizations such as Singh health, AHA,DIA,UKIERI for various research and training initiatives.
Most of the professionals working in clinical research and pharmacovigilance industry are ICRIians, therefore you will be the preferred candidate for the job.
ICRI has been India’s first & most awarded institution in Clinical Research & Healthcare since 2004.
Awardee of Presidential Award for contribution in Clinical Research & Healthcare sector
ICRI has 19000+ Alumni network working across the globe
ICRI has produced the largest number research scholars and are working on various research studies globally
Where Will you work?
Clinical Research Organizations
Drug & Food Regulatory Organizations / research institutes
Career Avenues in Clinical Research
For Management Professionals: (with Life Science/Health Science background) Business Development / Clinical Project Management / Clinical Research Management / Regulatory Affairs.
Clinical Research Associates: To monitor clinical trials, ensure compliance with the clinical trial protocol, checks clinical sites activities, make on-site visits, CRFs.
Clinical Research Investigators: Conduct BA/BE studies, writing / revising SOP, review of protocols, investigators brochures, ICF & CRFs Protocol, CRF & ICF preparations plans and conduct of BA/BEIEC/IRB affairs-GC.
Study Coordinators: Provides safety & protection while collecting & managing the study data.
Data Manager / Biostatistician: Design, study & predict the seriousness of the disease, seriousness of the disease, evaluate new treatment and effectiveness of medication, participate in research design, data collection, choosing & implementing appropriate methodologies, interpreting the results.
Regulatory Affairs Managers: Review & registration of documents, evaluation of technical data, liaison with regulatory authorities.
Business Development Manager: Identify potential clients, establish business relations, responsible for meeting new clients, following up on leads, market research
Medical Writer: Documentation, manuscripts, abstracts, external communication tools Clinical Data Manager: Ensures the accuracy & consistency of data prepared for regulatory bodies for reporting purpose.
Careers in healthcare:
Health Service Manager- Healthcare managers oversee the administration of healthcare systems
Project Manager - Healthcare project managers are responsible for regular coordination and operation within the process. On the initiation of a new project, it is their responsibility to come up with a detailed project plan and solution for the problem
Customer Service Manager - As a customer service manager, you'll make sure that the needs of customers are being met or exceeded. Your aim is to provide and promote excellent customer service
Hospital Administrator- A hospital administrator is a professional who oversees the daily operations of a hospital by planning, directing, and coordinating health services
Health Information Manager- A Healthcare Information Manager is a person who is responsible for creating, storing and managing information in digital records. These can be medical reports of patients, doctor's notes, diagnosis, test results, medical guidance books etc
Floor Manager- A floor manager is responsible for supervising the general operations of a specific department in an organization. Floor manager tasks include assisting customers, ensuring prompt resolution of the issues raised by the patients
Medical Practice Manager - A Medical Practice Manager is an expert individual who works at a healthcare facility such as a hospital or a private medical clinic and guarantees that the facility's operations, legal compliance, and finances are in check
Clinical research Industry & Healthcare: Global & Indian perspective
The global clinical trials market size was estimated over 50.0 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach to USD 84.43 Bn by 2030 with a registered CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period 2022 to 2030.
The market was further driven by the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of making India as a hub for conducting clinical trials the rising demand for creating an effective therapy. The large number of patients also highlights the growing demand for treatments and immunizations. Currently, 288 medicines and 106 vaccines are in various stages of development, with almost 7.0% of therapeutics in Phase IV, 21.0% in Phase III, and 43.0%, 13.0%, and respectively, Phase II and Phase I.
Today, around 50,000 clinical research professionals are required in the clinical research industry.
Simultaneously, growth of Healthcare Industry will touch US$75 billion in the next 5 Years. Over 25 Lac new professionals will be required in the next 2 Years by healthcare sector as the sector is booming and the demand for private hospitals soar higher.
The medical tourism sector in India began to take off at the beginning of the previous decade as more private hospitals began sending their patients to nearby nations. These regions now send about 2 million patients to India each year, spending $4 billion on foreign currency. The government is making every effort to position India as the leading destination for medical tourism, with plans to triple the market to $12 billion within the next four years and establish a new sector that will support millions of jobs in all 50 states.