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UNC-GSK Postdoctoral Fellowship in Global Regulatory Affairs

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Academic Level:
Graduate Students (PhD)
Postdoc & Early Career

The Global Regulatory Affairs fellowship at GlaxoSmithKline provides practical training and experience in key regulatory functions to help fellows gain expertise in the regulatory requirements and strategy pertinent to drug development.

Fellows will develop an in-depth understanding of regulatory affairs and the drug development process from pre-clinical to post-marketing stages. Fellows will establish a strong foundation of expertise and knowledge to lead a successful career within the pharmaceutical industry, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), or Contract Research Organizations (CROs).

The fellowship sponsors intend for fellows to be based out of the GSK R&D Site in Upper Providence, PA or Waltham, MA throughout the 2-year duration of the fellowship program.

GSK will recruit qualified post-doctoral Regulatory Affairs fellow candidates to support either Therapeutic Groups (Regulatory Strategy), including oncology and specialty, or Chemistry Manufacturing and Controls (CMC) Biopharmaceuticals.
accepts non-us citizens

Application Deadline: 11/21/2023

Participating Institution(s):
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GlaxoSmithKline (Lead)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Cellular Biology
Medical Sciences
Molecular Biology
Pharmaceutical Sciences
STEM Fields

Health Science

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Page last updated 8/21/2023
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