IBM calls application for Watson Health Regulatory Affairs Internship in Cambridge, United States. IBM Watson Health is seeking a Regulatory Affairs Intern for the Life Sciences and Imaging group based in Cambridge, MA.
Candidates on Watson Health Regulatory Affairs Internship at IBM will do the following duties
- Provide regulatory support of development programs for new and existing products in accordance with the Quality Management System.
- Work cross-functionally with the business and marketing leaders, the solution teams, regulatory, legal and other stakeholders to assist in maintaining compliance for the products.
- Also, gain experience working on post-market submissions, pre-submission strategy/regulatory pathway development, testing requirements, clinical study requirements, or product registrations in US, Canada, EU, Australia, Japan and Brazil as applicable.
- Develop a broad understanding of the medical device industry, AI and digital health technologies spanning multiple areas of the IBM Watson Health Portfolio.
- Perform Regulatory Intelligence activities to ensure regulatory intel is current amidst changing regulation.
- Furthermore, contribute to the development of regulatory department policy and procedure implementation.
- Pursuing or completed a Bachelors degree in a scientific or technical discipline is necessary.
- Currently in pursuit of an advanced regulatory or quality degree preferred.
- Course work in engineering, software or global regulatory submission requirements for medical devices; software medical devices preferred.
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