Industry Insights From The Executive Director Of Compliance At Seattle Genetics
Kristin Rand always had a fascination with questions science had not yet answered, and she developed an interest in genetics while still in high school. She obtained an undergraduate degree in the Diagnostic Genetic Sciences program at UCONN. FDA law and bioethics were the focus of her graduate degree in law, and she later earned a master degree in industrial-organizational psychology.
After serving in various positions at Wyeth and Genentech, she landed at Seattle Genetics, where she currently serves as executive director of compliance. In this piece she discusses trends in pharma compliance, and challenges companies can expect to face in 2014 and beyond.
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