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    RAPS and the Regulatory Profession: The Future of Regulatory

    Over the past 40 years, RAPS has sought to elevate the regulatory profession through education, certification and the sharing of knowledge. While RAPS members will celebrate this drive toward regulatory excellence in San Jose at the 2016 Regulatory Convergence , the regulatory environment continues to evolve.  As RAPS develops the offerings that will meet the future needs of the regulatory profession, it is hearing every day from members about the rapid pace of ...
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    RAPS' First Chapter Celebrates 25 Years

    As head of the RAPS Bay Area Chapter , Shaalini Doan is eager to welcome RAPS members to San Jose, CA, for the upcoming annual gathering of the global regulatory profession. “The Bay Area is the perfect place to host the 2016 Regulatory Convergence , especially since this year we have the chance to celebrate two significant milestones—the 25th anniversary of our local chapter along with the 40th anniversary of RAPS!” The Bay Area Chapter is the original l...
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    RAPS and the Regulatory Profession: Elevating Standards Through Education and Certification

    Susan Carino’s face still breaks into a wide smile as she describes achieving her Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC). “The proudest moment for me was attending Regulatory Convergence and seeing my name on the list of those who had passed the RAC exam. That was very special,” said Carino, a regulatory project manager in the Bay Area. “RAPS celebrates those who pass the RAC at Regulatory Convergence—and there are some who have multiple RAC certifications. Mayb...
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    RAPS and the Regulatory Profession: How Far We Have Come

    As an undergraduate in neuroscience, RAPS member Meredith Brown-Tuttle began working in a lab at a pharmaceutical company to put herself through school. It was there she first was asked to help with a clinical trial. “When I started my regulatory career in the late 90s, there was no traditional background for entering the profession and limited educational support; regulatory as a profession was still in its infancy. You came to regulatory because you had experience in th...