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RAPS Virtual Career Fairs are designed to connect employees with employers no matter where they might be located.
Local or global—RAPS has you covered with offices in Washington, DC, Shanghai and Singapore. There are RAPS chapters in Canada, Israel, Switzerland, Taiwan and throughout the United States, and local networks in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, India, Mexico, The Netherlands, Poland and Singapore.
Regulatory Exchange, aka RegEx, is where members come online to learn, grow and engage with a diverse global community of regulatory professionals with similar interests and goals.
It’s well-known that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) offers billions of dollars in grants to US academic research facilities. What’s less well-known is that each year, hundreds of new inventions are produced in the laboratories of NIH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and these inventions are licensed out to private companies in the US and internationally for further research and development, with the hopes of bringing new products to market.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday announced it had approved Amgen's Amjevita (adalimumab-atto), the first biosimilar version of AbbVie's best-selling biologic Humira (adalimumab).
Speaking at RAPS' 2016 Regulatory Convergence, leading medical device quality systems expert and former FDA official, Kim Trautman, urged attendees to begin their transition to the recently released ISO 13485:2016 as soon as possible.
Regulatory professionals in the pharmaceutical industry should know the historical background about David Nachmansohn and his war time effort to discover the antidote for nerve gases and other organophosphates. They may wish to learn how electric eels were used in his research. For those who work for medical device companies, electric eel cells are being studied to develop artificial cells that may be used to power future implantable devices. The article also contains general information on nerve conduction and physiology.
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