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Global Regulatory Affairs, Plasma Derived Therapies (2 years)

Plasma-derived therapies are critical, life-saving medicines that thousands of people with rare and complex diseases rely on every day around the world. The Plasma Derived Therapies Business Unit within Takeda focuses on reimagining plasma and going beyond incremental improvements to find a wide range of innovative and sustainable solutions to serve patients better. Our expertise, capabilities, and scale uniquely position us to transform plasma across our entire end-to-end operations and make a positive impact on people’s lives. The Global Regulatory Affairs two-year fellowship is designed to provide post-doctoral graduates with an in-depth understanding of regulatory affairs and drug development through rotations within the global regulatory strategy, labeling, and chemistry, manufacturing, and control functions. In each rotation, fellows will receive mentorship, guidance, and have the opportunity to work with staff across various geographies and learn to navigate the complex dynamics and team environment at a truly global pharmaceutical company.

Location: Cambridge, MA

Number of positions available: 1

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