Exploring FDA Regulations: Navigating the Nuances of FDA-Regulated Research

Starts:  Jun 18, 2024 09:00 AM (ET)
Ends:  Jul 2, 2024 05:00 PM (ET)

This advanced-level, three-session workshop is designed for research compliance professionals, regulatory affairs professionals, clinical research coordinators, and others involved in the study, oversight, and regulation of drugs, biologics, and devices.

Through interactive exercises, immersive case studies, and expert-led presentations, you will gain proficiency applying the FDA regulatory framework to advanced scenarios.

Explore real-life examples of research with FDA-regulated products and test articles, including emerging technologies; use existing resources to support regulatory determinations; and consider ongoing oversight with an emphasis on protecting human subjects. 

A prerequisite for this workshop is a foundational knowledge of FDA research regulations governing human subjects protection and the conduct of clinical trials. You should be familiar with common definitions; history and organization of the FDA; criteria for exemption from IND and IDE requirements; and sponsor, investigator, and IRB responsibilities in the conduct and oversight of FDA-regulated clinical trials. 

This workshop, "Navigating the Nuances of FDA-Regulated Research" provides opportunities for you to apply inductive reasoning and resourcefulness to real-world scenarios you may encounter in the future.