The Regulatory Affairs Track is directed by Dr. Robert Makuch, Professor of Biostatistics, who has considerable expertise in regulatory affairs. Dr. Makuch is available to assist Track students with relevant summer internship placements. Some funding will also be available to enable students to attend a regional meeting relevant to regulatory affairs training.
Students interested in the Regulatory Affairs Track should apply during their first year in the MPH program. The application consists of a resume and a statement of purpose (100-150 words) indicating how the Track may help them meet their academic and professional goals. Admissions decisions are made by Dr. Makuch and a small committee of YSPH faculty.