The UBCV Regulatory Affairs in the Life Sciences micro-certificate is a part-time program delivered and developed by the UBCV Academy of Translational Medicine (ATM) and the UBCV Faculty of Medicine. It offers a foundational understanding of Canadian and global regulatory systems, processes and stakeholders. You can consider tasks that make up regulatory affairs and translational medicine, including risk-benefit analyses, preclinical and clinical requirements, evidence generation and regulatory strategy development. You can also gain knowledge of clinical trials, medical device regulations, patent regulation, post-market surveillance, master protocol and adaptive clinical trial design. You can also explore the discipline of regulatory science and its intersection with real-world evidence, patient engagement and health economics.