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Description Ripple Effect is hiring a Regulatory Affairs Analyst to support. Naval Advanced Medical Development (NAMD) research efforts. Job Description The Regulatory Affairs Analyst will be responsible for providing regulatory expertise for activities pertaining to the development of FDA-regulated products. Duties may include coordinating and executing program evaluations for various efforts, interpreting and summarizing qualitative and numerical data to provide useful information, ensuring compliance for various FDA, DoD, and other government regulations and policies. What You'll Do:
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