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Regulatory Science Training
Information relating to the training for regulatory science, specifically in relation to NCTR.
NCTR Special Employment/Training Programs
NCTR provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, postgraduate scientists, scientists from other countries, college/university faculty members, and others to obtain hands-on laboratory experience by working with experienced scientific researchers. These non-civil service employment and training opportunities are available in the following areas:
Faculty Research Program (NCTR) Foreign National Training Program (NCTR) Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program Postgraduate Research Program (NCTR) Science Internship Program (NCTR) Summer Student Research Program (NCTR) Graduate Certificate in Regulatory Science
Through University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in conjunction with NCTR
Global Summit on Regulatory Science
The Global Summit on Regulatory Science is an international conference for discussion of innovative technologies and partnerships to enhance translation of basic science into regulatory applications within the global context.
Food and Drug Administration
3900 NCTR RoadJefferson, AR 72079