Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) seeking statutory advisory committee members

Would you like to contribute to the regulation of therapeutic goods in Australia?

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is seeking applications from experts in medicine, science, and consumer perspectives and issues, to fill upcoming vacancies across seven statutory advisory committees.

Successful applicants will contribute significantly towards the TGA’s regulatory functions by providing independent expert advice on matters across a broad spectrum of issues relating to medicines, medical devices, vaccines, and other products and substances.

If you interested in applying to be a committee member, hear first-hand from past and current members and have your questions answered about the experience and expectations in this exciting role. For more information, and to register, click here.

Further information about the roles of the committees is available at https://www.tga.gov.au/tga-statutory-advisory-committees

To apply, and find out more about the appointment process, go to the Department of Health and Aged Care website. The deadline for applications is 11.30pm Sunday 4 September 2022.

Enquiries can be made by email to committee.vacancies@health.gov.au

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