Meet the Instructor
Affiliate Associate Professor, UW School of Pharmacy and Founding Member, UW Institute of Translational Health Sciences, Drug and Device Advisory Committee
Lynn Rose, Ph.D., is an affiliate associate professor at the UW School of Pharmacy and a founding member of the UW Institute of Translational Health Sciences, Drug and Device Advisory Committee, which advises academic investigators on the regulatory requirements for product development. She was previously a senior executive in the biomedical industry, both for-profit and non-profit, where she was responsible for preclinical, clinical and regulatory programs. This experience included participation on multiple drug development teams, two of which resulted in marketed products for the treatment of cystic fibrosis and two for hemostasis.
Rose shares her expertise in biomedical products, clinical protocols, the development of regulatory strategies and the management of regulatory submissions to federal authorities to students in the master's degree and the UW Biomedical Regulatory Affairs Certificate program. Rose's research experience is in the field of immunology, with an emphasis on autoimmunity, infectious disease and immuno-oncology. She earned her Ph.D. in immunology from the University of Geneva, Switzerland.