WIB-RTP – Women in Clinical Research & Regulatory Affairs: Discussion about Career Paths & Successes

Join the WIB-RTP chapter for an informative evening on careers in clinical research and regulatory affairs. There is a fantastic panel of women with careers in these fields ready to answer questions about their work, the training and experience that helped them land a job, and how their career path led them to where they are.

At this event, the audience is encouraged to ask questions and interact with panelists. The event will wrap up with an open networking session. Companies that do clinical research and regulatory affairs have a strong presence in the RTP area, so if you’re considering a career in these fields, this is not an event you’ll want to miss!

Speakers


Christy Macias, senior director, global talent acquisition at Syneos Health – Christy Macias has worked in Clinical Trials throughout her career in various roles across the Boston & NC markets. After spending time in HR and managing clinical trials she took on a leadership role within Syneos Health (formerly INC Research) to oversee Global Talent Acquisition. She has been with Syneos Health over 7 years.

 

Maria Oyaski, MS, MA, RAC, product development champion at Facet Life Sciences, is a molecular and cell biologist by training, a storyteller by inclination, and an FDA whisperer by profession. A veteran of regulatory affairs in both large and small employers in both the sponsor and CRO sides of the industry, she is now a "Product Development Champion" at Facet Life Sciences, a regulatory consultant group specializing in helping very small startups succeed on their interactions with FDA.

 

Danielle Moffett, manager in regulatory affairs at Nuventra Pharma Sciences, received her doctorate in Molecular Genetics and Microbiology from Duke University in 2015. She is now a Regulatory Affairs Manager at Nuventra Pharma Sciences where she assists in the authorship of regulatory documents and is a team lead for the preparation and filing of eCTD submissions.

 

Lauren Neighbours, Ph.D., RAC, head of regulatory affairs, PSI CRO. As Head of Regulatory Affairs at PSI CRO, Lauren is responsible for leading the regulatory strategy and operations of PSI’s Regulatory Affairs department in the US and Canada. Lauren has managed multidisciplinary product development programs and has experience leading the strategy and operations of full-service clinical studies.

 

Angela Belton, BS, CCRP, CCRA,clinical team manager 2 at PRA Health Sciences, has worked in clinical research for over 8 years in the Triangle area and is currently a clinical team manager for PRA health sciences where she ensures that clinical research projects are monitored appropriately, follow timelines, and meet regulatory requirements. She is a microbiologist by training and is currently pursuing an MS in Clinical Research and Product Development from UNC Wilmington.

 

Agenda

6:00 p.m. - 6:20 p.m.         Registration and appetizers

6:20 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.         Opening remarks and announcements

6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.         Panel Discussion

7:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.         Questions and open networking

8:00 p.m.                            Adjourn

 

Registration

Regular pricing through November 15, 2018:
Members: $10
Non-Members: $40

Late or walk-in* pricing starting November 16, 2018:
Members: $15
Non-Members: $45

Students: $10

*Walk-ins accepted until event capacity is reached.

 

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The Frontier RTP
800 Park Offices Dr.
Research Triangle Park, NC  27709
 

$10 to $45