Posts tagged Career Options: Regulatory Affairs

Event: Collaborative & Career Opportunities with the FDA

Kate Stuart
November 9, 2016

Collaborative & Career Opportunities with the FDA Friday, Nov. 18, 2016 12:00 – 1:00 pm ESB 044 Guest Speaker: Brian Beard, PhD (BME, Vandy ’95) Deputy Director, Division of Biomedical Physics FDA/CDRH/OSEL   Many people in industry and many graduates do not realize the breadth of research that goes on in the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH).  

"Staying Ahead of the Curve in Diagnostics Policy", Webinar via Life Science TN

Ashley Brady
August 18, 2016
Posted in Announcements

Staying Ahead of the Curve in Diagnostics Policy Thursday, September 1 9:30 - 11 a.m. CT The BRET Office will be streaming this webinar live from Light Hall 415C.   Please plan to join us if you are interested (no need for a Life Science TN membership)!  

AIMBE Scholars Program looking for expert advisors for FDA

Kate Stuart
November 18, 2015
Posted in Announcements

The AIMBE Scholars Program enables distinguished postdoctorates in the medical and biomedical engineering fields to serve as expert advisors to policy makers at the FDA. Scholars learn how to apply their experiences from the lab bench to inform regulatory policy decisions. AIMBE Scholars work side-by-side with the most influential decision makers at the agency–from reviewers to FDA scientists to Center directors. They inform public policy through their knowledge of the latest cutting-edge research and technological innovations.

Career Case Session with Omari Bandele

Kate Stuart
April 15, 2015

Join Omari Bandele, PhD, FDA, as he discusses in-depth his daily work-life activities. Wednesday, May 6 11:30am-1pm Light Hall 415 A&B Registration is required. The closed group will have an in-depth discussion with Dr. Bandele about his role with the FDA and skills needed to obtain and maintain the position. Event limited to 25 people.

Job Posting: Toxicologist, Keller & Heckman LLP, Washington DC

Kate Stuart
September 9, 2014

We are seeking a Toxicologist for a non-laboratory position to work in our Washington, D.C. office. This is an opportunity to engage in challenging work in a non-laboratory environment that includes a technical staff of more than 20. The successful candidate will thrive in a collegial environment, be confident evaluating cutting edge technology, and master the impact that legal and regulatory requirements have on new product introductions.

GE Healthcare's Quality/Regulatory Leadership Program

Kate Stuart
August 15, 2014

 QRLP: Quality/Regulatory Leadership Program The Quality/Regulatory Leadership Program (QRLP) is GE Healthcare's premier development program for high potential individuals seeking a career in Quality Assurance, Regulatory Affairs, and Medical & Clinical Affairs. QRLP is the cornerstone for the development of future quality leaders at GE Healthcare. The program consists of 3 eight-month rotations working on business critical assignments within the fast-paced Quality, Regulatory and Medical environment.

Job Posting: Director, Women in Medicine, Association of American Medical Colleges

Kate Stuart
April 30, 2014

Director - Women in Medicine and Science Location: N Street - Washington D.C. Job Code: 422 # of Openings: 1 Job Family: Program Management   Description The Association of American Medical Colleges is seeking a Director – Women in Medicine and Science  Responsibilities: ·         Support the Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS) as Group Program Leader

Job Posting: Government Affairs & Advocacy Specialist, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

Kate Stuart
April 30, 2014

The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is a nationwide network of people dedicated to working together to advance research, support patients and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer.  As a national not-for-profit organization for the pancreatic cancer community, we are looking for a bright, ambitious and team-oriented individual who is comfortable in a growth-oriented and fast-paced organization to fill the role of Government Affairs & Advocacy Specialist in our Washington, DC office.

D.C. Internship with Vanderbilt’s Office of Federal Relations

Kate Stuart
April 15, 2014
Posted in Announcements

Vanderbilt University’s Washington, D.C.-based Office of Federal Relations is seeking an enthusiastic Vanderbilt University student interested in higher education and science public policy for a summer internship. This internship will provide you with a firsthand look at the federal policymaking process and the role that advocates play in influencing public policy.

Applications open for Visiting Scientist Fellowship Program at Eli Lilly

Kim Petrie
December 4, 2013

Applications are now being accepted for the Eli Lilly 2014 Visiting Scientist Fellowship Program, which offers unique training opportunities in regulatory affairs, health outcomes, project management, product planning, or clinical development.