Search Results for Interview

Showing 1 – 8

A View From the Top: An Interview with CRI President Jennifer Kerr, RAC By Mary Faderan, PhD, RAC - Published 31 July 2017

This article is based on an interview with Cook Research Incorporated (CRI) president Jennifer Kerr and covers a wide range of topics from her education, to how she became interested in regulatory, to her experiences in clinical affairs and her responsibilities at CRI.

Categories: Features, Career Development, Communication

Tags: Interview, RAC

The Regulatory Interview: Preparing for Success By Alyson Sous Andrikanich, PharmD - Published 11 February 2014

This view of the regulatory affairs interview process from the other side of the table provides general tips on preparing for an interview as well as specifics for the dynamic and challenging regulatory profession.

Tags: interview, regulatory

Hamburg: Compounding, Global Regulatory Issues Top Two Upcoming Areas of Regulatory Focus By Alexander Gaffney, RF News Editor - Published 04 March 2013

Categories: FDA

Tags: Meningitis, Compounding, Globalization, Supply Chain, Latest News, Hamburg, interview, global

Hamburg Continues to Call for More Anti-Counterfeiting Authority By Alexander Gaffney - Published 07 June 2012

Categories: FDA

Tags: Anti-Counterfeiting, Counterfeit, Counterfeiting, Latest News, Authority, Hamburg, interview

A Conversation With From Alzheimer's to Zebrafish Author Max Sherman By Zachary Brousseau - Published 30 March 2012

Pharmacist and seasoned regulatory professional Max Sherman has written on science and medical topics for years, and began writing for RAPS' magazine Regulatory Affairs Focus, as it was called at the time, more than a decade ago. Over the years, his writing has covered a range of diverse and occasionally unusual subjects related to the practice of medicine, medical research, regulatory issues, biology, chemistry and other related disciplines. He has taught university-level classes on quality and regulatory affairs, and his writing is often educational, whether it's a history lesson about quack medical devices, a biology lesson about bats or a peek into processes of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it's almost impossible not to learn something new reading one of Sherman's articles. At the same time, he writes in an accessible and entertaining style. RAPS has now published a collection of Sherman's articles from Regulatory Focus and other publications, entitled From Alzheimer's to Zebrafish: Eclectic Science and Regulatory Stories. I recently had a chance to talk with him about the book and his writing. Following is an edited transcript of our conversation.

Categories: Under RAPS

Tags: Interesting, Sherman, Science, Animal, Bug, Insect, medicines, interview, book, disease, regulatory

Hamburg: FDA Needs More Anti-counterfeit Authority, International Track and Trace Cooperation By Alexander Gaffney - Published 16 March 2012

Categories: FDA

Tags: Fake, Track, Trace, Counterfeit, Avastin, Latest News, Drug Shortages, Authority, Hamburg, interview

Hamburg: Development of Regulators 'Critically Important' By Alexander Gaffney - Published 15 March 2012

Categories: FDA

Tags: Growth, regulators, Latest News, Hamburg, interview, career, opportunity

Hamburg Discusses Plan B Decision, Lawsuit Against Agency Published 07 February 2012

Categories: FDA

Tags: NPR, Monitoring, Lawsuit, Controversial, Plan B, Latest News, Hamburg, interview