Episode 21 – How to master Regulatory Affairs with Samantha Alsbury
For those that want to work on a Regulatory Affairs department, the path can be difficult. We are looking for people that are experimented but before to have an experience they should start somewhere. So how to do that?
Samantha Alsbury from TOPRA (The Organization for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs) will share with us her thoughts on this.
- How long to be ready to work in Regulatory affairs?
- What are the important skills to have to be a good professional?
- Is the transition from one regulatory field to another difficult to do?
She will really provide us all her knowledge on this and also give us some information about TOPRA. This organization can help you to perform this transition and also to improve on your Regulatory Affairs career.
On Sept 30th to October 2nd, 2019 TOPRA is also organizing an event in Dublin where you can network with professionals. This can also be good for your career.
Samantha Alsbury Bio
Samantha Alsbury completed her Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics at UCL in 2004, continuing with scientific research she moved into neurobiology using genetics as a tool at King’s College London before taking up a post as Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Science at the University of Greenwich. After taking on the role of Programme leader for a distance learning MSc in Biomedical Science for professional Biomedical Scientists Samantha joined The Organisation for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (TOPRA) as the Head of Professional Development in 2016. In this role, she oversees the training, accreditation, qualifications and continuing professional development policy.