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OCP ORISE Fellowship Program for Training in Policy Development and Regulatory Science (OCP Policy and Research Fellowship) 2021-2022

From: Zhu, Hao <Hao.Zhu>
Date: Sat, 20 Mar 2021 01:04:28 +0000



Office of Clinical Pharmacology

OCP ORISE Fellowship Program for Training in Policy Development and Regulat=
ory Science (OCP Policy and Research Fellowship) 2021-2022

The Office of Clinical Pharmacology (OCP) at the U.S. Food and Drug Adminis=
tration (FDA) is seeking interested individuals for a one-year ORISE (Oak R=
idge Institute for Science and Education) fellowship to conduct regulatory =
research on OCP and FDA policy priority topics that will advance new drug d=
evelopment and promote therapeutic individualization. For more information =
on timeline and past fellow projects, please visit this site OCP Policy and=
 Research website. Potential project topics are diverse and will be instrum=
ental in informing the development of both scientific and regulatory guidel=
ines and policies. Possible project topics can include programmatic evaluat=
ion of clinical pharmacology-informed regulatory decisions (e.g., model inf=
ormed drug development, citizen's petitions, reviews, regulatory milestone =
communications, etc.).

At FDA, OCP is housed within the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (C=
DER) and is a dynamic organization with a mission to improve public health =
by enabling patient-centered regulatory decisions of the highest quality. F=
or 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 determ=
ined by the fellow's style and professional interests.

For more information about FDA ORISE fellowships, please visit https://oris=
e.orau.gov/fda/. Prospective fellows should have an advanced degree in a ST=
EM or health-related field (e.g., MS, PhD, PharmD, and/or MD) received with=
in 5 years of August 2021. 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, re=
search, and communication skills, and have a profound interest in leading p=
rojects that advance regulatory science and public health.

To apply, email the following to CDEROTSHires
il 30, 2021:

* A short introductory paragraph (4-8 sentences)

* Current CV


The subject line should be 'OCP Policy and Research Fellowship'. The antici=
pated fellowship start date is between late Summer to early Fall 2021.

Received on Fri Mar 19 2021 - 21:04:28 EDT

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