PG wrote:Clinical affairs and regulatory affairs are different but are sometimes performed by the same person which means that there is some overlap.
Clinical affairs usually means someone who is working with clinical studies in some form while regulatory affairs means working with authorities such as the FDA.
Sometimes these are combined into a single position and sometimes not. Clinical affairs often does not require a PhD but specialized training that is often provided by the company after employment.
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