DC/Baltimore Chapter: Where is Industry Getting it Wrong? Surprising Reasons for Clinical Holds

When:  Oct 30, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Tuesday, 30 October 2018
George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
2100 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20007
+1 202 994 2987

According to the Pink Sheet, IND clinical holds by the US FDA have risen 36% since 2014. These holds cause major concerns for patients that an IND represents a glimmer of hope. Companies hoping to speed their drug candidate to market fear the impact that a clinical hold might have on their bottom line. We invite you to come participate in an interactive session that will cover the many reasons for clinical holds and a deep dive into appropriate steps to take to avoid them.

Join colleagues from the local regulatory community for an evening of networking and learn how to avoid the pitfall of a clinical hold. This event is sponsored by the RAPS DC/Baltimore chapter and is intended to promote knowledge sharing and engagement between regulatory and related professionals in our region. Attendees should arrive by 5:45 pm to participate in a drawing for special giveaways. Dinner will be provided and RAC holders may claim two RAC recertification credits.

Featured speaker:
Daniela Drago, RAC, PhD, director regulatory affairs programs at GW's School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Registration information:
Prior to 19 October:
*Student:  $20
Member:  $30
Nonmember:  $40

On or after 19 October:
*Student:  $25
Member:  $40
Nonmember:  $50

Contact RAPS Customer Service to register at the student registration rate (+1 301 770 2920 ext. 200).


2100 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20037-3202