Past IJET - IJET-29 in Osaka
Born in Osaka and raised in NYC, Sako Ikegami became a pharmacist in Japan and later returned to the US for a graduate level Pharm.D. (Doctor of Pharmacy) degree in clinical pharmacy from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. She’s held jobs in R&D at Japanese subsidiaries of international pharmaceutical companies and also tried hospital pharmacy, but has been a freelance translator, medical writer, and interpreter since 1990. At one time, she also pursued a career in children’s literature translation, her other passion, but returned to full-time med/pharm translator/interpreter/writer status in mid-2013.
How Does it Work? ～作用機序、母集団薬物動態、免疫～
PRE-IJET29: JAT PHARMA SESSIONS
This year, we decided to focus on a hands-on program that should prove useful to all biomedical and med/pharma translators regardless of where they are in their careers. The entire day will be interactive starting with a CAT tools workshop with Ben Tompkins, followed by an...