Project Management in the life sciences differs from that in engineering. Life science research projects require substantial amounts of flexibility and often carry with them a high level of uncertainty. How do you ensure that life science research projects deliver the desired results while being executed on time and on budget?
a no-for-profit professional membership association for project management professionals.
The PMI provides standards for good practices, the PMP (project management professional)
credential that certifies project management expertise and resources for professional
A professional and continuing educations program that offers a Certificate in Biotechnology Project Management in
partnership with UC San Diego extension. The program helps professionals gain skills to manage a project
through all phases of biotechnology and drug product development.