Congratulation!!! To students of 2014-15 batch for being  successfully placed in Quintiles, Indegene, Cognizant, ICON, Synowledge, Accenture, Clinfound................ Admission open :  ICBio is collaborated with University of Mysore for offering M. Sc., Clinical Research, PG Diploma in Clinical Research & Clinical Data Management, PG Diploma in Clinical Trial Management, PG Degree in Pharmacovigilance, Medical Writing & PG Diploma In Health Care with 100% Placement Assurance*.Over 1000 students have successfully passed out of ICBio and are working in clinical research industry all over the world.......        
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Recent News
  • 2008 ICBio hosts National Conference in Biotechnology and Clinical Research in India.

  • 2009 ICBio starts CRO Services as an end to end service provider for Pharmaceutical, FMCG, and Health care Industry.

  • 2010 ICBio collaborates with University of Mysore to offer globally recognized regular Clinical Research education.

  • 2010 ICBio hosts" International conference on Health care and Clinical Research".

  • 2012 ICBio launches its state of art in house facility for Central lab and Multispecialty Health care centre.

  • 2012 ICBio awarded with 4 more courses by the University of Mysore

  • ICBio Clinical Research Private Limited has been rated by CRISIL with a 'SE 3B'

  • October 2013 The placement Cell of ICBio has successfully placed all the students of April and June 2013 batch

  • Announcing our 34nd Regular batch from August 2014

  • Students of May - June 2014 Batch successfully placed in Quintiles, Novanordisk, Cytespace, Semler, Accenture, Narayana Netralaya................

About Clinical Research >> Opportunities in Clinical Research

According to a McKinsey report, the global clinical outsourcing opportunity for the Indian pharmaceutical industry is pegged at around Rs 5,000 crore by the year 2010, which means a requirement of about 50,000 clinical research professionals. They represent huge opportunities for the 75,000 undergraduates in medical, life sciences and another 45,000 pharmacy students that India produces each year. Earlier, if they couldn't become doctors, they ended up merely as teachers, chemists or medical representatives. There were no other career paths for them.

Today, with the cracking of the Human Genome Project and the recent amendments in the patents legislation, the climate is set just right for outsourcing heavy back-end clinical research projects and data warehousing to Indian Clinical Research Organizations (CRO) armed with the right skill sets.

Today many institutes in the country, government or private, that offer training in Clinical Research & Clinical Data Management. The non-medical stream starts with a Clinical Research Associate-Clinical Research Manager-Project Manager-Regulator-Data Coordinator-Business Developer to finally, the Director of a Clinical Operation.

Adding to the human resource potential is the huge patient pool India has

  • 40 million asthmatic patients
  • 34 million diabetic patients
  • 8-10 million people HIV positive
  • 8 million epileptic patients
  • 3 million cancer patients
  • 2 million cardiac related deaths
  • 1.5 million patients with Alzheimer's disease
  • 15 per cent of population is hypertensive
  • 1 per cent of population suffers from schizophrenia

They constitute what is medically known as the "naive patient" pool, i.e. they have not been part of any medical intervention programme before. "With legal and ethical controls gradually falling into place, patent regulation and our traditional stronghold in the English language, we have a tremendous edge over China, which is also fast coming up in the field of Clinical Research.