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Regulatory Affairs Resources

Dr. Markus Yap, visiting assistant professor inthe George Washington University’s (GW) online Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) in Regulatory Affairs, provides industry and career... More

The admissions team for the George Washington University’s (GW) online Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) in Regulatory Affairs provides tips and admission insights for prospective... More

The Regulatory Science Summer Institute is an elective course open to current graduate students at the George Washington University, as well as visiting students (e.g., biomedical engineers,... More

I am enrolled in the GW’s Masters in Regulatory Affairs degree program. For nearly two years, I have been learning about the drug and medical device industry. I took virtual classes, participated... More

For individuals aspiring for a profession in regulatory affairs, they may envision their career leading to positions in well-known agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration, or having the... More

Regulatory affairs professionals play a critical role in guiding safe and effective health care products from inception to the global marketplace. These experts ensure that companies comply with... More

Students in the online Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) in Regulatory Affairs at the George Washington University lead busy lives. Most, if not all, students have returned to college to... More

On this page, you will find links to professional associations, social media groups, online industry journals, career resources and scholarship opportunities for professionals in the regulatory... More

If you're seeking a challenging, fulfilling career in the health care arena that doesn't require direct patient care, the regulatory affairs profession could be a good fit. In this role, you’ll... More

Recent changes in the European Union's (EU's) Medical Device Regulations have affected healthcare legislation across the globe, and the demand for people to fill regulatory affairs jobs continues... More

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