Dr. Jane Ruby is a licensed medical professional, in internal medicine, with a subspecialty in cardiology. Dr. Ruby holds two earned doctorates, two masters degrees, and a Bachelor’s degree, with over 20 years of experience in human research and drug approval processes with the FDA.
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Dr. Ruby took her course work in the medical school and in the graduate nursing school, at the prestigious University of Rochester. She holds two earned doctorates, one in Psychology & the 2nd in Education. Dr. Jane Ruby also holds two master’s degrees, one in Advanced Practice Nursing and the other in Health Economics and International Pharmacoeconomics. She is a former nursing professor and taught undergraduate and graduate nursing in several university level programs.
In order to be at Dr. Ruby’s level of expertise in pharmaceutical drug development, one must have a complete working knowledge of biochemistry, organic & inorganic chemistry, statistics, teratogenicity, toxicology, pharmacokinetics, drug-drug interactions, pharmacology, receptor physiology & pathophysiology, human subjects review and informed consent, and health economics. Dr. Jane Ruby also has 20 years of experience in regulatory processes required for FDA drug approval.
She has launched some of the most famous compounds in the world and is published in PubMed, the U.S. government repository for peer-reviewed scientific journal publications.
This worldwide exclusive story has over 5 million views worldwide. Dr. Ruby was the first to break the story in the United States of graphene oxide in Pfizer injection vials discovered on an electron microscope by Spanish researchers, La Quinta Columna.
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