Moorpark, CA – Jamie Colgin, President of Colgin Consulting, Inc. announced today that she will be a guest lecturer at USC’s Department of Regulatory and Quality Sciences. Jamie Colgin will speak on “Auditing GCP Systems for Data Integrity” as part of USC’s course RSCI506, Auditing Principles. Topics include the basics of data integrity; a review of systems typically used to support clinical trials; the regulatory framework for enforcement; and auditing for data integrity.
“I am so pleased to have been asked back for the fourth consecutive year,” says Jamie Colgin. “USC’s Department of Regulatory and Quality Sciences provides students with the skills they need to be successful. It’s always a pleasure to interact with the students. They clearly understand the differences between managing paper versus electronic records.”
Jamie Colgin is an award-winning, formally trained educator who shares vital information on data integrity in clinical trials and the latest compliance and quality assurance happenings in the Pharmaceutical industry. She was recently named to the Society of Quality Assurance 2017 Distinguished Speaker Inventory.
About Jamie Colgin
Jamie Colgin is the President of Colgin Consulting, Inc., a consulting firm that helps Pharmaceutical, Biopharmaceutical, and Contract Research Organizations assure the integrity of their clinical data through Data Integrity Audits, Mock Inspections, Remediation Assistance, and Training. Visit www.colginconsulting.com for more information.
About USC’s Department of Regulatory and Quality Sciences
USC’s Department of Regulatory and Quality Sciences develops students for leadership roles in industry, government and academia. The program offers Graduate Certificates, Masters of Science and Doctoral programs to students in the Los Angeles area and to distance learners. For more information, visit https://regulatory.usc.edu/.