Congratulations to Dr. Bram Ramjiawan, Director of Clinical Research, ACRI, Director of Research Innovation & Regulatory Affairs, and Adjunct Professor, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba on successfully completing the Accreditation Council of Medical Affairs (ACMA) Board Certified Medical Affairs Specialist (BCMAS) training.
BCMAS certification is the most comprehensive training program in the world for medical affairs professionals and demonstrates that they have met rigorous standards through intensive study, self-assessment and evaluation. The ACMA is accredited by the International Association of Continuing Education & Training (ANSI/IACET), which is a badge of excellence & distinction indicating that the ACMA maintains the highest standards of quality & excellence in medical affairs and MSL training.
“Bram’s role is vitally important to ensure that we follow all the necessary regulations and processes to the letter. This protects our institution from avoidable risks and engenders confidence in our business partners and affiliates, which is essential as we continually pursue new opportunities for our researchers and clinicians,” said Dr. Grant Pierce, Executive Director of Research, St. Boniface Hospital.
A self-governing entity, the ACMA is internationally recognized as a standard-bearer of excellence and competency-based learning for the pharmaceutical industry.
In addition to this achievement, Dr. Ramjiawan was also the recipient of an honorary medical degree from Rajiv Gandhi University of Science and Technology.