Paterson Area

SOCRA Northern NJ Area Chapter in conjunction with St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center presents:



Featured Speakers:

Matthew Sills, PhD - "Drug Discovery and Development", Life Sciences Advisor/Professor at Rutgers University's Professional Science Master's Program

Professor Robert Centofanti, MS - "Regulatory Affairs", Associate Director Clinical Trials Bayer Consumer Health, and Professor at Rutgers University's Professional Science Master's Program

DATE: November 9, 2017

LOCATION:  St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center 703 Main St, Paterson NJ - Auditorium # 3

 Presentation begins at 10am through 12:15pm (Sign-in begins at 9:30am)

 TARGET AUDIENCE: Healthcare professionals, drug discovery/development, regulatory affairs specialists/coordinators and anyone interested in expanding their scientific knowledge


  • Gain an understanding of 1) How the immune system is used to treat cancer.
     2) A novel drug target to treat hyperlipidemia. 3) Whether drugs that reduce           "beta-amyloid" are effective in treating Alzheimer's disease.
  • Learn a solid overview of the laws, regulations, and regulatory agencies governing Pharmaceuticals, Devices, Biologics and Combination Products marketed in the USA

St. Joseph's Healthcare System is an approved continuing education provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number #15769. This program has been awarded 2 contact hours.

2.0 SOCRA CE credits provided for SOCRA members

Refreshments will be served

RSVP: Millicent Titus at 973-754-2406 / or Sara Ingersoll at 973-754-2768 /

Rutgers University's Professional Science Master's Program offers a Master of Business & Science (MBS) degree. The MBS has a Life Sciences track with concentrations in Drug Discovery & Development, Biotechnology & Genomics, Chemistry, Kinesiology & Applied Physiology, Personal Care Science, Sustainability, Urban Environmental Analysis, and other concentrations. For more information, please visit us at


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