UW Biomedical Regulatory Affairs Master of Science (BRAMS) Networking Event
Thursday, March 28, 2019, 6-9 pm, Vista Cafe, Foege Hall next to Medical School, University of Washington
BRAMS is inviting ORCA members to come have a snack and network with rising masters degree students, professors and fellow ORCA colleagues.
The format is a short panel on career development in an evolving industry, Q&A, then mingling.
Please come share your career advice and job leads with both the next generation of your colleagues and existing specialists.
Contact person: Karen Teal (206) 851-9918 firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the BRAMS program see https://www.regulatoryaffairs.uw.edu/
See https://transportation.uw.edu/park/visitor for parking/map details.
Parking in the S-1 Lot is complementary with pre-registration with Karen Teal.
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JOB SHADOWING PROGRAM
Do you think you would like to share a day with a regulatory student, showing them how you do your job?
Do you want to show a student ways to think through challenges, adapt to the new ISO rules, understand different country regulatory changes, or understand new biologics as examples.
We are actively reaching out to match the newest members of our profession at the University of Washington’s BRAMS program with host ORCA members. Spend a day together.
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Host Application Form
To Be Hosted Application Form
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Volunteers are vital to ORCA’s success. Volunteers assist ORCA with its monthly programs, plan those programs and solicit speakers, develop and implement marketing efforts and membership drives, serve on its Board of Directors, and provide a wide range of volunteer services that help make ORCA a meaningful and useful resource for its members. Visit our Volunteering page to find out more about how you can help.
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