02aprApr. 2Harvard-MIT CRS Regulatory Science SymposiumAmerican Academy of Arts and Sciences Hosted by: Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science

Hosted by

Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science

Event Details

Join the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science for the annual meeting of the Boston area regulatory science community. This is a scientific meeting open to the entire community that aims to promote open, multi-stakeholder dialogue about important regulatory science challenges and advances. In addition to members of the Center, this symposium welcomes broader participation from academia, regulatory agencies, industry, and patient advocates.

Featured speakers include the keynote Richard Platt (PI of the FDA Sentinel Program) as well as researchers and practitioners from the FDA, academia, and industry. In addition to an exciting program of speakers and panels, there will be a poster session for students and trainees, submissions due March 18.

The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited and registration is required.

This year’s featured topics include:

  • Real-World Evidence
  • Digital Health
  • Advances in International Clinical Trials
  • Complex Generics
  • Drug Repurposing for Unmet Needs
  • Regulatory Frameworks

Time

Apr. 2

Location

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

136 Irving Street

Cambridge, MA

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