Internship in Regulatory Affairs at Genentech
To foster a deeper understanding of regulatory considerations in pharmaceutical drug development, the UCSF-Stanford CERSI has partnered with Genentech to offer internship opportunities in regulatory science. The internship is full-time and can occur in Summer, Fall and Winter academic quarters. The minimum duration for the internship is three months with a possibility of extension. This is a paid internship. Interns are expected to buy into health insurance for the duration of the internship through UCSF/Stanford or find their own health care provider.
Responsibilities and projects
Product Development Regulatory (PDR) is responsible for the timely submission of applications to health authorities for approval of new products and line extensions. PDR is committed to regulatory strategies that are the most innovative, ethical, and influential in the industry. This intern position is in the Regulatory Affairs department, involving global product development and post-marketing programs, working with key partners in development. Additional activities involve global and US labeling, and US promotion and advertising, working with key partners in production, quality, marketing, legal, and development. The successful candidate will participate directly with one or more of our current teams. This is an opportunity to explore using your science background in a business environment.
- Completion of 2018 CERSI Immersion Program or of at least six CERSI mini-courses in 2015-2017.
- Advanced graduate students must have passed all their doctoral qualifying exams.
- Students past graduation are eligible if they attended 2018 CERSI Immersion Program full-time.
- International students and postdoctoral fellows are eligible.
April 27, 2018
How to apply
Not accepting applications.