Friday, 21 October 2016
2:00–3:00 pm EST
Who better to receive regulatory career development advice from than a RAPS Fellow? How about four RAPS Fellows. The panel members of this interactive webcast provide insights that could help shape your career path. The Fellows talk about their professional experiences, what they look for in new hires, what benefits they see in giving back to the profession, and much more.
Nancy Singer, JD, RAC, FRAPS founded Compliance-Alliance LLC in 2004 to specialize in the professional development for FDA and industry officials in drug and device firms. She has taught over 1700 people how to improve their communication practices. Singer is on the faculty of GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences and teaches classes at FDA Staff College and FDA District Offices.
Sue James, RAC, FRAPS, has worked for GSK for over 30 years both in the UK and US. An R&D scientist for over 10 years, she has since worked in EU, US and international regulatory and has headed the global regulatory team for 15 years (which included R&D quality and compliance for 12 years).
Virginia Perry, RAC, FRAPS, is the founder of and is a partner in Perry-D’Amico and Associates, a regulatory and quality management consulting firm, specializing in medical devices. Her 25+ years in the healthcare fields includes experience with a variety of products in the drug, large volume parenteral and medical device fields in both domestic and international operations.
Donna-Bea Tillman, PhD, MPA, FRAPS, is a biomedical engineer with more than 20 years of medical device regulatory experience, including 17 years at FDA. As a former director of the CDRH Office of Device Evaluation, she has broad expertise in medical device regulatory affairs.