Employment Opportunities at Reagan-Udall Foundation for the FDA

If you want to engage in meaningful work to improve public health, we welcome you to explore career opportunities at the Reagan-Udall Foundation for the FDA. We are committed to building a team that includes a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary in a collaborative work environment that fosters your professional growth and personal development.

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The Research Associate (RA) will manage and provide leadership for activities associated with the development and conduct of research partnerships in public health. The RA will manage a variety of projects conducted and funded by external research partners. The RA will routinely collaborate with leading experts from government agencies (primarily the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)), industry, non-­‐ profit organizations, and academia to support the design, promotion, funding and monitoring of research studies and projects related to regulatory science, pharmaco-epidemiology, use of real-world data, and/or public health knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors.
The Engagement Manager will work with program teams and under the guidance of the Director of Communication and Stakeholder Engagement, the Engagement Manager will lead stakeholder outreach, meeting planning, and event execution. The position will manage day-to-day partnership and development activities helping to support public-private partnership and expand the Foundation’s reach. The Engagement Manager will work across departments and programs as well as coordinating their own projects.
The Research Scientist (RS), will lead and manage research activities associated with the development and management of research partnerships in epidemiology, clinical trials, and/or biomedical and behavioral research. The RS leads and manages sponsored research projects and support proposal development of epidemiologic studies funded by sponsors and conducted by external research partners. The RS will work with leading experts from government agencies (including NIH and FDA), industry, nonprofit organizations, and academia to design, promote, fund and monitor the progress of biomedical and/or behavioral research projects. The research portfolio includes the development of workshops to advance research methods to generate real-world evidence and patient-centered study designs for both observational and clinical trials, along with studies designed to develop and meet regulatory requirements for post-market surveillance of regulated products.