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Workshop: The future of in-vitro diagnostics - a regulatory perspective

This workshop from the Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences is aimed at all those interested or involved in development of diagnostic tests in academia and industry
When Feb 15, 2018
from 01:00 PM to 05:30 PM
Where The Gillespie Centre, Clare College, Cambridge
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How can regulators strike a reasonable balance between supporting diagnostic innovation and proving rigorous independent evaluation of new diagnostic tests before they enter clinical practice?

A fantastic opportunity to hear from Alberto Gutierrez (former Director of FDA's Office of In Vitro Diagnostic Device Evaluation and Safety), Robyn Meurant (World Health Organisation) and Stuart Hogarth (University of Cambridge) as they talk about regulatory developments in the context of the US response to the genomic revolution in biomedicine, as well as the need for safe and effective diagnostics in low and middle-income countries.

This workshop is aimed at all those interested or involved in development of diagnostic tests in academia and industry.

Attendance is free, please find more information and register here.

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