Careers in regulatory affairs

Regulatory professionals are responsible for meeting governments' requirements for the safety and efficacy of products in healthcare and veterinary medicine. They keep track of the ever-changing legislation in all the regions in which the company wishes to distribute its products, advise on the legal and scientific restraints and requirements, and collect, collate and evaluate scientific data.

If you are looking to become a regulatory professional TOPRA can assist you in developing your career.

What is regulatory affairs?

Find out about healthcare regulatory affairs and its role in the development of human and veterinary medicines and for medical devices.

Starting out

Information and ideas to help you get started in healthcare regulatory affairs

Senior professionals

How TOPRA supports those at the top of the profession

CPD and lifelong learning

Record and plan your continuing professional development with our guidance and tools


Find the best regulatory affairs vacancies with TOPRA's specialist jobs board, hosted by 

Regulatory Careers Live

TOPRA’s annual careers fair for students, graduates and young professionals, typically held in spring.

TOPRA Salary Survey Report 2017

An analysis of salary and benefit trends for regulatory affairs roles