Subsequent Entry Biologics (SEBs) in Canada -
Current State of the Science
A workshop presented by
Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences (CSPS)
December 10, 2014
Health Canada's Banting Centre
251 Sir Frederick Banting Driveway, Tunney's Pasture, Health Canada
The workshop aims to discuss the current state of the art in regard to the characterization, manufacturing and clinical development of subsequent entry biologics (SEBs). The first goal of the workshop is to give the scientific community an opportunity to discuss progress and the challenge of international harmonization. The program will address the views of industry and Health Canada on SEBs in in the light of global regulatory requirements, scientific progress and clinical knowledge.
The second goal is a panel discussion with Health Canada about the update of current guidance documents on SEBs. This will be a critical part of the workshop where industry and the regulator can directly exchange their views on the gaps and challenges of current guidance and regulations and how this can be addressed in future updates.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The workshop is designed for scientific and regulatory scientists with basic to advanced knowledge in the field. It is highly recommended for heads and leaders of scientific, regulatory affairs and sales departments, due to the opportunity to discuss challenges and possible solutions to the challenges directly with the regulator on a strictly scientific basis.
The scientific committee invites attendees to submit questions for the panel discussion in advance to be able to structure the discussion better. There is no guarantee that all questions can be addressed, but the scientific organizing committee will make sure that a broad number of topics will be addressed.
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