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RTI International is currently seeking a Senior Regulatory Affairs Scientist with a background and interest in clinical regulatory activities as it relates to biopharmaceutical development. The primary responsibility of this position will be to provide regulatory guidance, supplemental writing, and review of clinical reports and pertinent regulatory submission sections for drugs, biologics, or diagnostics development projects. This individual will fulfill a key role with a focus on clinical affairs as a member of a team of scientists in RTI’s Global Health Technologies group working to develop new products to address critical unmet global health needs and opport
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