Wednesday, 24 April 2019
1:00–7:00 pm EDT
Georgia Institute of Technology
Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience
315 Ferst Drive, NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-0001
+1 404 873 8500
It’s that time of year again—where RAPS Atlanta chapter gathers the resources for you to learn more about a career in regulatory and opportunities in the profession.
On Wednesday, 24 April, the Georgia Institute of Technology will host the third annual Southeast Regional Regulatory Career Day. This interactive workshop will include presentations and panel discussions from seasoned professionals on how to get into or advance your career in the regulatory industry.
Whether you want to transition into regulatory affairs, are an experienced professional exploring new opportunities or a student looking for a new and exciting career, this is the event for you. Bring your resume and come prepared to engage with hiring representatives from medical device, pharmaceutical and biotech companies from the region.
Presentation topics will include:
- How Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC) and advanced degrees can help your career
- What it is like working for industry, trade association and Notified Bodies
- What it takes to become a regulatory consultant
Who Should Attend:
- Those looking to start or transition into a career in regulatory
- Early to mid-level professionals interested in expanding their careers
- Professionals exploring employment opportunities
This event, hosted by Georgia Institute of Technology, is brought to you by the RAPS Atlanta Chapter and is intended to facilitate professional development and networking amongst those in the local regulatory community. Light refreshments will be provided for all attendees and RAC holders may claim four RAC recertification credits.
Speakers and Panelists:
Bryan Brosseau, RAC, founder/principal consultant, Brosseau Consulting LLC
Pete Etchells, senior RAC manager, Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS)
Grace Gowda, PhD, RAC, program director, international biomedical regulatory sciences program, University of Georgia
Michael Hellerstein, director, regulatory affairs and quality systems, GeoVax, Inc.
Al Jacks, vice president, quality services and regulatory affairs, Altea Therapeutics Corporation
Sylvie Laliberté Verdon, MS, RAC, MPM®, senior consultant, REGSolutions, LLC
Courtney Portik, MPH, RAC, senior regulatory affairs associate, labeling, Arbor Pharmaceuticals, LLC
Grace Powers, MS, MBA, RAC, founder/principal consultant, Powers Regulatory Consulting
Diane Uriell, MBA, RAC, GE Healthcare
Kelly Winn, RAC, director of HRPP & regulatory affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology
Ingrid Zambrana, district director, Atlanta District (GA-NC-SC), Program Division Director, Office of Human and Animal Foods-Division III East, Office of Regulatory Affairs, FDA
Prior to 12 April 2019
RAPS Member: $25
On or after 12 April 2019
RAPS Member: $35
*Students must contact RAPS customer service (+1 301 770 2920 ext. 200) or use the student registration form to confirm status.#AtlantaChapter