Medical Devices and IVDs
RegAffairsNC is a non-profit organization for regulatory professionals in North Carolina. Its primary objective is to offer affordable and accessible education on regulatory topics of interest to regulatory professionals working at North Carolina companies regulated by the FDA and/or similar foreign agencies, and to regulatory consultants who provide services to those companies. RegAffairsNC will also provide career support for North Carolina regulatory professionals and help North Carolina's regulated companies connect with regulatory resources and support.
Education RegAffairsNC will sponsor lunchtime and evening educational programs around the state that address a specific regulatory topic of interest to the regulatory professionals in that area. It will also sponsor two full-day conferences annually. These educational programs will be open to members and non-members.
Networking All of RegAffairsNC's educational programs will include time for networking among attendees. In addition, RegAffairsNC will periodically host networking events open only to members.
Career Support The RegAffairsNC website will list job openings for regulatory affairs professionals in North Carolina and staffing agencies that frequently place regulatory affairs professionals in positions with North Carolina companies.
Regulatory Resource Directory The RegAffairsNC website will list regulatory consultants, law firms, testing laboratories, contract manufacturers, and other companies in North Carolina offering service that assist regulated companies with regulatory approval and compliance.
Regulatory Speakers Bureau RegAffairsNC will maintain a list of its members who are available to speak on regulatory topics.
RegAffairsNC is pleased to recognize its Founders
RegAffairsNC is a North Carolina non-profit corporation. It will file for exempt status as a 501(c)(6) trade association in 2011. Payments made to RegAffairsNC are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.
Post Office Box 13811
Research Triangle Park NC 27709