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CDER's Generational Shift: Many New Reviewers With Little Experience

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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While the center for drugs has enjoyed an influx of new reviewers in the last few years, the hiring frenzy has resulted in a significant shift in CDER's makeup: 38% of reviewers in the Office of New Drugs have less than two years of on-the-job experience. Office of New Drugs director John Jenkins discusses the challenges with training the new recruits, and how industry should adapt

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