The City of Chicago has approved the ACMA as a provider of continuing education to support license renewal for the mandatory pharmaceutical representative credentialing program. More information about the program will be coming soon. Stay Tuned!
ACMA Chief Academic Officer, Suzanne Soliman, PharmD, BCMAS and Assistant Dean for Experiential Pharmacy Education, St. John’s University, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Tina Kanmaz, PharmD, AAHIVE, BCMAS, are presenting research on the level of preparedness for pharmacists looking to work in the pharmaceutical industry.
The ACMA is currently developing universal standards in medical affairs for the pharmaceutical industry. The standards will focus on a variety of different areas relevant to all medical affairs professionals, including medical science liaisons.
The ACMA has recognized five outstanding women in medical affairs. There has been a dramatic growth of medical affairs within the pharmaceutical industry. Female Pharmacists in Medical Affairs are leading the way. They comprise over 50% of the pharmacists in the pharmaceutical industry.These women work at some of the largest and most innovative pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
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The ACMA is excited to welcome Sakharam Garale, MBBS, MBA, BCMAS to its leadership team in Southeast Asia. Dr. Garale is a physician with over 17 years experience in Global Medical Affairs and Clinical Research & Development in the Pharmaceutical industry.
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