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Clinical Research Associate Training Entry Requirements:

The relevant degree subject area is life and medical sciences. In particular, the following subjects:

biochemistry; anatomy; biology;
biomedical science; dentistry; microbiology;
medicine; nursing;  immunology;
molecular biology;  toxicology; physiology;
pharmacology; pharmacy.    

Therefore, applicants for the Clinical Research Associate Training Program are recommended to have one of the following:


Bachelor's, Masters, or a Ph.D. in a Science or Allied Health Field; 


Healthcare Professional (e.g. RN, PA, MD, PT, RPh, PharmD, or Medical Technologist) 

  Entry without a degree is unlikely.

The ever-tightening government regulations on the licensing of new drugs and re-licensing of existing drugs means that the need for CRAs is increasing.
















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