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Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society Webcast to Cover Regulations Governing Combination Products  
5/16/2012 9:03:43 AM

15 May 2012 -- The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) will host a webcast tomorrow, 16 May, at 12:00 pm EDT, on the regulations governing combination products and the unique challenges of developing and marketing these products.

The area of combination products is developing swiftly and prompting growing interest worldwide. Combination products employ a multifaceted treatment approach with devices, drugs and biologics. Organizations often encounter challenges during product development and clinical evaluation due to the lack of globally harmonized regulations. This RAPS webcast, Combination Products: Current Regulations and Challenges and Strategies to Surmount Them, will present a comprehensive overview. Chitra Edwin, PhD, president, Biotechnology Consulting Solutions Ltd., and Jane Green, PhD, CEO, The Morley Research Consortium, will provide an up-to-date picture on the current status of regulations and future trends in the US, Europe and emerging markets.

Who:

• Chitra Edwin, PhD, president, Biotechnology Consulting Solutions Ltd.

• Jane Green, PhD, CEO, The Morley Research Consortium

What:

90-minute webcast entitled Combination Products: Current Regulations and Challenges and Strategies to Surmount Them

When:

16 May, 12:00–1:30 pm EDT

How to Access:

Members of the working media may request access to this live RAPS webcast or to the recording by contacting Zachary Brousseau, senior manager, communications, RAPS, at zbrousseau@raps.org or +1 301 770 2920, ext. 245.

About RAPS

The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) is an international membership organization of regulatory professionals in the rapidly growing medical device, pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors. Regulatory professionals play vital roles in making better healthcare products possible. They work throughout the healthcare product lifecycle, ensuring these products are safe and effective, while driving organizational strategy and sound decision-making. RAPS supports these individuals and the regulatory profession by providing education and training, Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC), professional standards, research, knowledge-sharing, publications, networking, career development opportunities and other valuable resources; and is committed to helping its members continually develop the knowledge and skills they need to excel. RAPS is headquartered near Washington, DC, with offices in Brussels and Tokyo. RAPS.org


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