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    RAPS DC-Baltimore Chapter Meets for Fun and Networking

    Despite warnings of a massive snow storm, members and guests of the RAPS DC/Baltimore Chapter gathered for an evening meet-up 21 January at Union Jacks pub in Bethesda, MD. As they arrived, people joined in a game to "find the D-RAP," with "D-RAP" meaning the designated regulatory affairs professional. Attendees simply had to talk to one another in order to play. Then they formed groups to discuss topics such as how regulatory professionals can distinguish t...
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    Handling Regulatory Challenges: Responding With Grace Under Pressure

    Everyone who chooses a regulatory career learns that it comes with some challenges, and the solutions are not always clear or easy. For a session at the RAPS 2015 Regulatory Convergence in Baltimore last October, Daniela Drago, PhD, who heads up the regulatory affairs program at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, decided to examine some of these challenges with a panel of seasoned regulatory professionals using an interactive a...
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    RAPS DC/Baltimore Chapter Sponsors Career Day at Johns Hopkins

    Students, graduates and representatives from industry and government were on hand for the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS)/Johns Hopkins Career Day on 20 May at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus in Rockville, MD. The objective of the event was to provide participants with an opportunity to hear from, and connect with, senior regularly professionals, and to participate in a hands-on workshop on career management. Staff from the US Food and ...