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Don't miss our upcoming AAPS Career Fair!
Start making your plans for the 2015 AAPS Career Fair, which is being held in conjunction with the 2015 AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition from Oct. 25–29 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. The career fair is open on Monday, Oct. 26, and Tuesday, Oct. 27, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Job seekers will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with hiring managers at many top pharmaceutical organizations. (Check out our currently registered participating employers.) Attendees can sign up on-site for a free career advice/résumé review session or take advantage of our preconference résumé alert platform: AAPSCareers LIVE. This will flag your profile/résumé as being associated with the career fair, so employers can easily identify you as a job seeker who will attend the career fair and can be contacted before the fair to set up an interview.

We are also offering a variety of professional development sessions throughout the conference, which will include several targeted mini-sessions within the career fair area. Make your plans today to be in Orlando for this valuable networking event!

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Focus Groups: Finding Your Family in AAPS
Being part of a professional organization offers you a multitude of opportunities and benefits and connects you with thousands of other individuals with shared interests. But within a large organization, how do you find your place to connect and grow? How do you make the most of your membership?

At AAPS, focus groups (FGs) are one of the most effective ways to meet and network with other like-minded individuals, grow personally and professionally, and have an impact on both the organization and the science. And several AAPS members have reaped these benefits and more through their participation in AAPS focus groups.

“Through the FG membership, I have not only grown professionally as a scientist, but also as a person, as a key team player, and as an able leader.”

Read more from members about AAPS focus groups on the Career Success webpage of the AAPS Career Center.

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AAPS' second 2015 eCourse, Preformulation 101, is now LIVE!
AAPS' Preformulation 101 will explore the fundamental role of formulation scientists - converting candidate drugs into drug products. To achieve this goal, it is important to have a thorough understanding of a drug’s pharmaceutical properties. This course joins Good Oral Candidates 101, Translational Sciences 101, Regulatory Affairs 101, Immunogenicity 101, and Biotechnology 101 to round out our current elearning course offerings.
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RECENT JOB POSTINGS

Job Title Company Location
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Bioconjugate Chemistry Howard University Howard University Washington, DC
Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences Binghamton University School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences Binghamton, New York
Assistant/Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics/Pharmacokinetics Xavier University College of Pharmacy New Orleans, Louisiana
Dean (UHH/College of Pharmacy) University of Hawaii at Hilo, the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy Hilo, Hawaii
Research Scientist-Protein Formulation Eli Lilly and Company Indianapolis, Indiana
Senior Research Scientist - PK/PD Lilly Indianapolis, Indiana

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PHARMACEUTICAL CAREER NEWS


Customize Your Medical Resume For Greater Career Opportunities
By Monica Gomez
Your medical resume is your first introduction to potential healthcare employers. At a basic level, a great resume must have a clean look, be free of spelling and grammatical errors, and present all of the information pertinent to your skillset, according to U.S. News & World Report. However, it is also important to tailor your resume and curriculum vitae (CV) to not only the healthcare industry, but also to the specific position to which you are applying, as Carrington College notes in its infographic below. In many cases, these one or two pages of writing are the only thing standing between you and a promising career caring for others.
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US Said to Drop 12-Year Lock-Up on Biologics Data in TPP Talks
Bloomberg
The U.S. abandoned a longstanding demand for a 12-year period to lock up clinical trial data on biologic pharmaceuticals as part of an Asia-Pacific trade pact, according to two people briefed on the matter. The shift came as the U.S. faced demands from most other countries involved the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations to adopt a shorter minimum period, the people said, requesting anonymity because the talks are ongoing.
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Successful Job Seekers Bring Five Things to Every Interview
Patrick Leddin, Ph.D., PMP, LinkedIn Pulse
Imagine that you are interviewing for a job. You've read about the company, studied the position description, and conducted a couple of mock interviews. You settle into the chair and I enter the room and introduce myself. Over the course of our time together, I'm looking to see if you brought a few key things with you. If I see them, you are likely to receive a job offer.
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Jobs Boost For Tipperary As Pharmaceutical Giant Creates 300 New Roles
Irish Mirror
U.S. drug company Amneal Pharmaceuticals to create up to 300 jobs in Cashel, Co. Tipperary. The generic drugs giant has bought the former Johnson & Johnson plant on the Cahir road. Amneal said the 200 square foot site will be dedicated to research and developement. Medications including inhalers and biosimilars will also be produced at the new facility.
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FDA Approves Par's ANDA For Ethacrynate Sodium For Injection USP
Pharmaceutical Business Review
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted final approval for Par Pharmaceutical's abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) for ethacrynate sodium for injection USP, equivalent to ethacrynic acid 50mg. Par's ethacrynate sodium is the generic version of Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America division Aton Pharma's Sodium Edecrin, which is indicated for the treatment of edema.
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Amarin, Free Speech And Off-Label Drug Promotion
By Jason Poquette
Should representatives of FDA-approved drugs be able to talk to physicians or pharmacists about off-label (i.e. unapproved) uses for their drug? Lately the "legal" answer has seemed to be "absolutely not." But a recent ruling by a New York federal judge on the side of Amarin Pharmaceuticals, related to alleged off-label promotion of their drug Vascepa, reopens the debate. As John Osborn put it in a recent Forbes article: "The long restrained, tightly controlled communication of scientific and medical information ... has been loosed."
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Seven Secrets To A Successful Job Interview
Forbes
Job interviews are like a more awkward, less immediately gratifying, form of speed dating. You don’t get a nice dinner out of the deal, but the tension is the same: each person is evaluating the other to see if they match. Add to that intoxicating cocktail of discomfort the fact that, in a job interview, one person has almost all the power. So, you know, really fun!
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FDA Approves First 3-D Printed Drug
Forbes
Three-D printing has been around in various forms since the 1980s, originally as a means of quickly producing affordable prototypes for the manufacturing industry. Recently, researchers have found some amazing healthcare and biological applications for 3-D printing technology. From custom prosthetics to living tissue, 3-D printing is a versatile means of providing cost effective and individualized care to patients.
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