Four New Volunteer Opportunities Available
Interested in sharing your knowledge and furthering your connections?
Below are four new volunteer opportunities with PDA.
Standards Development Volunteers
PDA is very pleased to announce the launch of its standards development
program! We are seeking volunteers to assist in developing,
writing and fine-tuning one (or both) of the following proposed
- BSR/PDA Standard 01-201x, Enhanced Purchasing Controls
to Support the Bio-Pharmaceutical, Pharmaceutical,
Medical Devices and Combination Products Industries (new
- BSR/PDA Standard 02-201x, Cryopreservation of Cells for
Use in Cell Therapies and Regenerative Medicine Manufacturing
The deadline to submit a notification of interest is Sept. 28.
Nominees/volunteers should have knowledge or experience in the
specific areas outlined in the proposal and must apply by contacting
PDA’s Standards Manager.
Spanish Technical Report Translator
PDA is currently looking for a volunteer fluent in both English and
Spanish interested in translating technical documents, such as PDA
technical reports, into Spanish. In addition, PDA is also seeking
volunteers to serve on a Translation Review Committee who will review
translated technical reports by comparing them to the original
English version for the purposes of determining their accuracy.
PDA Journal Editorial Board
PDA is establishing an all-volunteer Editorial Board for the PDA
Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology comprising qualified
experts with working knowledge of existing and/or emerging
science and technologies important to PDA members. This expertise
should include, but is not limited to, the following areas: aseptic
processing/sterilization, pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical
manufacturing science, supply chain, packaging science, drug delivery,
pharmaceutical microbiology and viral clearance.
Both the technical report translator and editorial board opportunities
are open until filled. To apply or ask questions regarding the
time commitments, responsibilities, etc., contact the Volunteer Coordinator.
For more information about these opportunities, visit the PDA website.