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Policy Development and Regulatory Science - PharmacologyPosted by: Postdoc positions by NIH
Posted date: 2020-Apr-03
The Office of Clinical Pharmacology (OCP) at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is seeking interested individuals for a one-year ORISE (Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education) fellowship to conduct regulatory research on OCP and FDA policy priority topics that will advance new drug development and promote therapeutic individualization. Potential project topics are diverse and will be instrumental in informing the development of both scientific and regulatory guidelines and policies. Possible project topics could include:
At FDA, OCP is housed within the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) and is a dynamic organization with a mission to improve public health by enabling patient-centered regulatory decisions of the highest quality. For more information about OCP, please visit OCP's website.
The OCP fellowship will include three components: 1) OCP and FDA regulatory research, 2) self-guided didactic training through the FDA scientific and professional courses, and 3) additional projects and activities for fellow-specific professional development. Fellowship mentoring will also be determined by the fellow’s style and professional interests.
The anticipated fellowship start date is between late Summer to early Fall 2020.
For more information about FDA ORISE fellowships, please visit https://orise.orau.gov/fda/.Qualifications:
Prospective fellows should have an advanced degree in a STEM or health-related field (e.g., MS, PhD, PharmD, and/or MD) received within 5 years of August 2020. Because of ORISE security requirements, foreign nationals must have resided in the U.S. for at least three of the past five years. Additionally, the candidate should possess excellent analytical, written, and oral communication skills, and have a profound interest in leading projects that advance regulatory science and public health.To Apply:
To apply or request more information, please email the following to CDER_OCP_GPTfda.hhs.gov no
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