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Regulatory Pharmaceutical Fellowship Program

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) partners with universities and colleges of pharmacy in the United States to offer FDA-affiliated fellowship programs to Doctor of Pharmacy graduates in several specialties. The purpose of the Regulatory Pharmaceutical Fellowship program is to train selected candidates in one of six tracks focused on drug information, medication safety, regulatory advertising & promotion, regulatory affairs and policy, biopharmaceutical manufacturing, or regulatory science. The program provides participants with the unique opportunity to learn from mentors in their chosen specialty track across three diverse settings in government, academia, and industry. Graduates of the fellowship program are qualified to pursue careers in any of the three practice settings.

Recruitment is closed for 2024-2026 positions. 

Program specific information, important dates, and links to more information about available 2025-2027 opportunities will be made available in October 2024.

For questions about FDA-Affiliated Pharmacy Fellowship Programs that cannot be addressed directly to a specific program above, contact FDA’s Division of Drug Information at pharmacy.fellowships@fda.hhs.gov.

 
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