Posted 13 January 2017
By Zachary Brousseau
RAPS is continuing to accept presentation proposals for the 2017 Regulatory Convergence to be held 9–12 September at National Harbor, MD, and the deadline has been extended. All proposals are now due Friday, 27 January.
The Convergence is RAPS’ signature annual conference and the largest annual gathering of regulatory professionals in the world. Participating as a speaker or session leader offers an opportunity for regulatory experts to share their knowledge and insight with the global regulatory community and to enhance the own professional reputations and personal brand in the process.
The annual event draws more than 2,000 participants. This year, the Convergence will take place just outside of Washington, DC, which puts it within easy travel distance for professionals in many East Coast life science industry hubs, not to mention a short drive from the US Food and Drug Administration’s headquarters in Silver Spring, MD.
For more information or to submit a proposal, visit RAPS.org/2017. There, you can find links to a list of possible topics and the proposal application.