URMC / Research Alliances / Regulatory Science / Education and Training Education and Training Regulatory science educational programs and other training resources and partnerships with other institutions. Degree Programs A number of institutions have degree or certificate programs in regulatory science. A listing of these institutions is provided linked to their websites for more information. Learn More About Degree Programs Fellowships/Internships This provides information on a broad range of fellowship and internship opportunities at the FDA, industry, academia and other organizations. Learn More About Fellowships/Internships Training & Career Development Portals To read more about the educational resources from the Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration, visit the following links: Opportunities Board, SEQUIN Mini Sabbaticals, an Education Clearing House, and the Diamond Learning Portal. Educational Resources Find FDA’s learning portal, and access to academic courses, lectures, case studies and training modules. Additional resources focus on potential careers and professional development in regulatory science. Learn More About Educational Resources Advancing Regulatory Science for Public Health The FDA outlines a broad vision for advancing regulatory science and unleashing its potential to improve public health. View the Advancing Regulatory Science for Public Health report. To read more about advancing Regulatory Science, visit the FDA's webpage. Regulatory Science Core Competencies* Regulatory Science Research Questions and Priorities Regulatory Policies and Process Research Ethics Drug Discovery and Development Medical Device Innovation Preclinical Clinical Trials Post-Marketing and Compliance Analytical Approaches and Tools Communication Technology and Innovation *The complete list of core competencies is available here.