how do graduates get into regulatory affairs career

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how do graduates get into regulatory affairs career

Postby Mubeen Rehman » Mon Nov 21, 2005 8:52 pm

Dear ,

I'm currently pursuing my MSc in Physical methods of bioanalysis and post-genome science, at School of Chemistry,University of Manchester. I'm interested in getting into regulatory affairs career in biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry . Give me necessary advice regarding what strategy need i follow to get into this profession . But I'm not thinking of continuing with doctoral studies after my post graduation . Please do provide me a more insight into this particular career and where can i find training opportunities in regulatory affairs . Who all are the companies recruiting graduates for the entry level RA position in UK. Please consider my request and kindly provide me necessary advice .
Mubeen Rehman

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