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Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation

Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation

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In our rapidly evolving scientific landscape, the complexity of the Food and Drug Administration’s primary charge – to safeguard the health and well-being of the public through the application of scientifically sound regulatory activities – is constantly being challenged.

The CERSI program was created to provide institutions with a valued opportunity to work directly with regulators while simultaneously providing the FDA opportunities for access and exposure to advanced scientific exchange and training focused on the FDA’s priority areas.  As one of the world’s leading institutions in higher education, Johns Hopkins University is pleased to collaborate with the FDA in the development of fundamental new knowledge and tools to advance regulatory science.
 

2018 WRITING COMPETITION- NOW OPEN!

The Johns Hopkins Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (JH-CERSI), in partnership with the Masters of Science in Regulatory Science and Masters of Science in Food Safety Regulation programs, is pleased to announce a writing competition to encourage students interested in the field of regulatory science. Winning papers will receive a cash prize, be publicized on the JH-CERSI website and in other regulatory science forums, and be shared with relevant leadership within the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Entrants must be currently enrolled in the Masters of Science in Regulatory Science or Masters of Science in Food Safety Regulation at Johns Hopkins University.

 For more information, please see the Official 2018 Writing Competition Guidelines

Click here to view our winners from previous years.

 

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Training

State-of-the-art tools and methods to support regulatory science.

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