Association of Graduate Regulatory Educators
The Association of Graduate Regulatory Educators developed from a series of meetings, initiated in 2010, that brought together leaders of programs offering graduate training in regulatory affairs and regulatory science. From these meetings came the agreement to develop a formal organization with several goals:
to share best practices in regulatory education and promote the continued development of regulatory education as an academic discipline
to provide a forum for discussion of issues of mutual importance for educating stakeholders involved with commercializing products or services in the biomedical product and healthcare industries
to support the development of an organizational critical mass that is well-positioned to impact public policies that affect regulatory education in the US and internationally
AGRE is a place to meet and exchange ideas with other regulatory educators internationally.
AGRE is a forum for coordinating input on policy issues of importance to our educational programs.
AGRE is a group that develops and consolidates teaching materials to make your teaching more effective.
AGRE is a community for research on competencies, advancement of the discipline, and development of the profession.
Join the many graduate regulatory professionals and programs participating in AGRE.
View the list of participating graduate regulatory programs and educators.
View meetings & events for regulatory science educators.
View Annual Summit details. Meetings are generally held immediately before the RAPS annual meeting.
Board of Directors
James Polli, PhD, RPh
M-CERSI, University of Maryland
Grace Gowda, PhD
Director, Regulatory Science University of Georgia
Vice President, AGRE
Samantha Cooper, PhD
Director of Professional Development, TOPRA
Susan Bain, DRSc
Professor, Program Director, Keck Graduate Institute
Members at Large:
Tom Colonna, PhD
Jean Feagin, PhD
Annette Mollet, PhD
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