Interactions with Agencies During Drug Development

Welcome to NDA’s free Breakfast seminar on Wednesday 20th March 08:30- 10:00 on Interactions with Agencies During Drug Development

There are many opportunities for bringing your message across to regulators, by interacting with the right EU Agencies at the right time, dependent on the type of product, applicant, procedure and stage of development. Find out whether you’re making the most of all these opportunities to facilitate your drug development program.

Join us to hear Steffen Thirstrup, Director NDA Advisory Board member, formerly Division Head at the Danish Medicines Agency and CHMP member share his experiences and provide his insights into making the most of the opportunities to interact with EU Agencies during the drug development process.


LEARNING ASPECTS:

  • Get an overview of the opportunities for interacting with National Regulatory Agencies and EMA throughout development and how to optimise your interactions
  • Learn about procedures and product type specific interactions with special consideration for SMEs
  • “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”Benjamin Franklin An oral explanation is your ultimate chance to engage with EU regulators in getting your product approved

When: Wednesday 20th March 2019

Time: 8:00 – 8:30 Breakfast, 8:30 – 10:00 Presentation, 10:00 – 12:00 meet with NDA experts

Venue: SciLifeLab (Air & Fire at ground floor) Tomtebodavägen 23A, Solna, Sweden

The breakfast seminar will be an open and interactive workshop with the opportunity to ask questions to Steffen. Specific questions can also be sent in advance to frukostseminarium@ndareg.com.

To book a meeting with our experts after the seminar please write 1-1 meeting and specify the topic and participants from your company in the registration email. You will recieve a confirmation email with the time slot for your meeting.

Registration: RSVP by Friday 15th March 2019 to frukostseminarium@ndareg.com

Contact: Denise Strömquist, Client relations Nordics, +46 (0)8 590 778 00, or email frukostseminarium@ndareg.com

The breakfast seminar is free. If you are unable to attend, please advise us no later than two days before the seminar.

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

 

Passionate about solutions for patients with rare diseases

 

1 in 20 people will live with rare disease at some time in their life*.

Johan Strömquist CEO NDA says: “There are more than 6 000 identified, untreated rare diseases in the world. A lot has been done in recent years to address this by regulators and innovators but for many it is still not enough.”

At NDA much of the work we do go into supporting companies working to address this. We care passionately about this work and about getting treatments to the patients affected. Rare Disease Day is our opportunity to show this to the world and to promote the vital work that is going on in this space by so many passionate patients, physicians and scientists.


What is Rare Disease Day?

Rare Disease Day was first launched by Eurordis and its Council of National Alliances in 2008 with the goal to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients’ lives. 1 in 20 people will live with rare disease at some time in their life but despite this there is no cure for the majority of rare diseases and many go undiagnosed.

For 20 years the NDA Group has supported pharmaceutical and biotech companies around the world with strategic regulatory guidance across a range of diseases. Increasingly more companies have been trying to solve the puzzles for a diversity of untreated rare diseases. NDA has been there every step of the way.

Laurie Smaldone Alsup, MD, CSO and CMO of NDA says: “I believe we are still at the beginning of addressing rare diseases. With new scientific and technical advances every day we will be turning a corner where many more novel treatments will be discovered to address a range of difficult to treat disorders.”

She continues: “For me Rare disease day is a call to arms to create awareness of the continued need to address serious rare disorders to improve and extend patients’ lives.”

The theme of 2019 – Bridging health and social care

The theme for this 2019 Rare Disease Day is ‘Bridging health and social care’ For most people living with a rare disease, as well as their family members or carers, the reality of daily life can include any combination of the following: collecting and taking medicines, attending appointments, participating in physical therapy, using specialist equipment and accessing various social and community support services and respite care. Managing these care-related tasks alongside their usual daily activities such as work, school and leisure time can be challenging.

In support of patients with rare disease

2018 Rare Disease Day theme, ‘Patient Involvement in Research’, helped to underpin the importance of including patients in the drug development process.

Dr. Markku Toivonen, MD, Scientific Director at NDA, former CHMP member and Chairman of EMA’s Scientific Advice Working Party comments:
“The development of patient advocacy and the involvement of patients in the development and regulatory process has truly been game changing. At NDA we take great pride in helping to empower patient advocates through training in regulatory science and medical research with Eurordis, the European Organisation for Rare Diseases. ”

Markku continues: “Personally, it has been a privilege to participate in Eurordis Summer School for patient experts, advocates and researchers annually over the past 10 years as one of the trainers. Based on the candid feedback Eurordis has received over the years, the enthusiastic and highly motivated participants with varied backgrounds have benefited from the interactions with peers. They have returned home with new tools to help them in their endeavors and to navigate in the maze of science, medicines development, licensing and real-world challenges. It has been a pleasure to meet many of them again over the years, and to see how they have contributed at various levels from new medicinal product development to regulatory authority activities and overcoming the ultimate hurdle: access to treatment.”

* www.rarediseaseday.org

 

 

Immunogenicity for investigational biopharmaceutical products – Start with the goal in mind

Welcome to NDA’s free Breakfast seminar on Thursday 14th March 09:00- 10:30 on Immunogenicity for investigational biopharmaceutical products – Start with the goal in mind

All biopharmaceutical products are associated with an intrinsic potential to induce immune responses in treated subjects. Regulatory agencies expect sponsors to evaluate and mitigate these risks during product development, applying a strategy that addresses product- and patient-related factors. Overall, understanding and controlling immunogenicity-related risks are attainable objectives, and approvability should not be compromised if these risks are suitably evaluated from the earliest stages of development.

Join us to hear Paul Chamberlain, Biopharmaceuticals & Immunogenicity Expert and NDA Advisory Board member, explain how to anticipate and avoid issues for biopharmaceutical development. Grab this opportunity to benefit from his experiences and insights.


LEARNING ASPECTS:

  • How to apply immunogenicity risk assessment at the lead candidate selection stage
  • Minimizing incremental risks associated with manufacturing
  • Understanding what and how to evaluate, at different stages of clinical development
  • Integrated presentation of data to regulatory agencies

When: Thursday 14th March 2019, breakfast from 09:00, presentations start at 09:30

Where: Am Klopferspitz 19a, 82152 Martinsried/Planegg, BioM Seminarraum, Munich, Germany

The Breakfast seminar will be an open and interactive workshop with the opportunity to ask questions to Paul. Questions can also be sent in advance to ndaseminar@ndareg.com.  Please specify if you would like to ask them openly during the seminar or prefer to discuss them privately afterwards.

Registration: By Tuesday 12th March 2019 to: ndaseminar@ndareg.com

Contact: Nathalie Brodale-Breinbauer, +49 (0) 89 3585 4036 or email nathalie.brodale-breinbauer@ndareg.com

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

 

Seasoned drug development professional Kim Forbes-McKean PhD to lead NDA Group’s US expansion

Kim Forbes-McKean PhD, joins NDA Group from a distinguished career spanning more than 30 years of leading research and development activities for large pharma, as well as small biotech companies.


“Kim brings with her tremendous experience of the challenges facing development companies all over the world,” commented Johan Strömquist, CEO NDA Group.
“I am very happy and proud to have her join the NDA Group management team to further expand our activities in the US and I believe her expertise and experience will be of great value to our clients.”

Prior to joining NDA Kim was responsible for worldwide development of dermatology products at various companies including, Rhône-Poulenc Rorer, Aventis-Sanofi and Aqua Almirall, overseeing seven successful regulatory approvals and product launches.

She co-founded a dermatological development company and has been an executive member of management teams who have successfully raised over $90 million to support business development, licensing objectives and drug development activities which lead to partnering or acquisition opportunities.

Kim has built and led teams across all phases of development to advance global drug and device programs as well as for support and maintenance of commercial products. She has extensive experience and has served as a company representative directly interacting with the FDA throughout the development and approval process.

“In Kim, not only do we have an accomplished scientist and strategic regulatory thinker, but an experienced business professional who has been in our clients’ shoes,” commented Laurie Smaldone-Alsup, CSO/CMO NDA Group. “Kim understands the pressures and priorities of large pharma as well as small biotechs and the trade-offs facing CEOs and drug development executives on a daily basis. I am delighted to welcome her to our team. “


About NDA
NDA is an independent consulting group with offices in Stockholm, London, Zürich, Munich, Paris, Princeton, Boston and San Francisco. Its mission is to ensure that good medicines reach patients without unnecessary delay. It accomplishes this by providing the pharmaceutical industry with a comprehensive range of professional drug development services focusing on regulatory affairs, health technology assessment, pharmacovigilance and quality assurance. NDA’s team of more than 150 full time professionals is comprised of more than 25% ex-regulators from major EU Agencies, and a specialist Advisory Board consisting of Europe’s leading regulatory and HTA experts. The NDA Advisory Board provides scientific advice to pharmaceutical companies supporting them in gaining fast and constructive assessment of applications from regulatory agencies and HTA bodies. www.ndareg.com

NDA media contact:
anna.perrin@ndareg.com

 

 

 

Meet NDA at DIA Europe 2019

 

We will be attending in full force during this year’s DIA Europe 2019 – 5 – 7 February 2019| Austria Center Vienna

If you are planning to be there, we would really like to meet up with you!

You can find us throughout the event at booths: B71 & B72 where we have a range of experts covering the full regulatory affairs spectrum – from preclinical and clinical to pharmacovigilance and health technology assessment – all of whom are looking forward to meeting you:

  • Professor Beatriz Silva Lima, Non clinical Expert
  • Professor Steffen Thirstrup, Clinical development and regulatory strategies Expert
  • Lisa Peluso – Director, Coaching and Client Engagement
  • Shelley Gandhi, Ex MHRA regulator, Pharmacovigilance & Drug safety Expert
  • Dr Mira Pavlovic – HTA Expert
  • Brian Edwards – Principal Consultant, Pharmacovigilance & Safety

In addition, there will be other NDA’s expert consultants attending the event and happy to help.

We definitely recommend booking a meeting in advance to ensure availability, but do feel free to pop by booths B71 & B72.

If you would like to arrange a meeting, please contact my colleague Anna Perrin who will be happy to assist: Phone +44 (0) 1372 860 610 or Email anna.perrin@ndareg.com


Sessions

We will also have some of our team presenting on interesting industry topics during the event.

Please look out for them:

Prof. Steffen Thirstrup – Director and Medical Advisor, NDA Regulatory Advisory Board
Lisa Peluso – Director, Coaching and Client Engagement, PharmApprove, a member of the NDA Group
#SC02: Short Course 2 | Mon, 4th February – 14:00

European Regulatory Meetings – How to Best Prepare and Perform


 

Prof. Beatriz Silva Lima – Non Clinical Expert, NDA Regulatory Advisory Board member
#SP01: | Weds, 6th February – 15:15
Nanomedicines and Nanosimilars – Implications for Regulators, Payers and Prescribers Regulatory Considerations for the Approval of Nanomedicines and Nanosimilars

Hub 1 #CH104 | Thurs, 7th February – 09:15
Patient-reported, Patient-relevant, Patient-centred outcomes: definitions, roles and importance for health technology assessment

#S0206: | Thurs, 7th February – 10:45
Regulatory Innovation: Regulatory Science

 


Dr Mira Pavlovic – HTA Expert, NDA Regulatory Advisory Board member
Hub 1 #CH104 | Thurs, 7th February – 09:15
Patient-reported, Patient-relevant, Patient-centred outcomes: definitions, roles and importance for health technology assessment

 


Shelley Gandhi – Strategic Advisor, Pharmacovigilance & Drug Safety
#S0307 | Thurs, 7th February – 12:00
Capacity Building and Capability Building in Pharmacovigilance

 

 


Poster Presentation:

Brian Edwards – Principal Consultant, Pharmacovigilance & Drug Safety
Hub 2 | Tues, 5th February – 13:00
CAST analysis of UK pregnancies reported after isotretinoin administration

 


Click here to download the Preliminary Programme.


 

Meet us at DIA Europe 2019

To book a meeting contact Anna Perrin: anna.perrin@ndareg.com or visit us at booths B71 & 72.

We look forward to hearing back from you about a meeting and to seeing you at the event!

 


 

 

NDA Group further expands their Advisory Board

Dr Patrick Salmon former Senior Medical Assessor at the Irish Medicines Board has joined NDA Advisory Board.


Dr Salmon is an expert in clinical development, strategies and a specialist in pharmaceutical medicine, with almost 25 years regulatory experience at both national and EU level.

His in depth regulatory expertise in rare diseases and other special therapeutic areas such as ophthalmology and the interrelated working of EMA’s committees and the CMDh will be a superb asset to the Advisory Board.

Dr Werner Van den Eynde, Vice President NDA Advisory Board, commented on the appointment:

“I’m very happy to welcome Dr Patrick Salmon on board as our newest Advisory Board Member. His expertise in regulatory affairs, clinical development and orphan medicinal products will be of tremendous value to our clients, enabling us to help them succeed in bringing their new medicinal products to the market”.

His previous roles include: Former Senior Medical Assessor at the Irish Medicines Board, (the Health Products Regulatory Authority), Committee for Human Medicinal Products Member (previously CPMP), Ireland, Committee for Orphan Medicinal Products Member Ireland, chair of CHMP ad hoc SmPC working party, chair of CMD(h) subgroup on SmPC Harmonisation and chair of working Group on Radiopharmaceuticals.

Dr Salmon has joined and is now part of the NDA Advisory Board, a unique team of experts comprising some of the most well-known names in the industry, many of whom have been involved in designing the regulatory and HTA systems in place today. Together, they provide strategic advice and unbiased second opinions to pharmaceutical clients during part of, or the complete end-to-end drug development life cycle. This also includes support and advice during interaction with regulatory agencies, be it at scientific advice, during review of a marketing authorisation application or at any stage post-authorisation

 


NDA media contact: anna.perrin@ndareg.com

About NDA
NDA is an independent consulting group with offices in Stockholm, London, Zürich, Munich, Princeton, Boston and San Francisco. Its mission is to ensure that good medicines reach patients without unnecessary delay. It accomplishes this by providing the pharmaceutical industry with a comprehensive range of professional drug development services focusing on regulatory affairs, health technology assessment, pharmacovigilance and quality assurance. NDA’s team of more than 150 full time professionals is comprised of more than 25% ex-regulators from major EU Agencies, and a specialist Advisory Board consisting of Europe’s leading regulatory and HTA experts. The NDA Advisory Board provides scientific advice to pharmaceutical companies supporting them in gaining fast and constructive assessment of applications from regulatory agencies and HTA bodies. www.ndareg.com

 

 

Immunogenicity for investigational biopharmaceutical products – Start with the goal in mind

Welcome to NDA’s free lunch seminar on Tuesday 11th December at 12:00 -14:00 on Immunogenicity for investigational biopharmaceutical products – Start with the goal in mind

All biopharmaceutical products are associated with an intrinsic potential to induce immune responses in treated subjects. Regulatory agencies expect sponsors to evaluate and mitigate these risks during product development, applying a strategy that addresses product- and patient-related factors. Overall, understanding and controlling immunogenicity-related risks are attainable objectives, and approvability should not be compromised if these risks are suitably evaluated from the earliest stages of development.

Join us to hear Paul Chamberlain, Biopharmaceuticals & Immunogenicity Expert and NDA Advisory Board member, explain how to anticipate and avoid issues for biopharmaceutical development. Grab this opportunity to benefit from his experiences and insights.


Learning aspects:

  • How to apply immunogenicity risk assessment at the lead candidate selection stage
  • Minimizing incremental risks associated with manufacturing
  • Understanding what and how to evaluate, at different stages of clinical development
  • Integrated presentation of data to regulatory agencies

When: Tuesday 11th December 2018, 12:00 -14:00

Where: Queen Edith’s Room, The Cambridge Building, Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge, UK

The Lunch seminar will be an open and interactive workshop with the opportunity to ask questions to Paul. Questions can also be sent in advance to ndaseminar@ndareg.com
Please specify if you would like to ask them openly during the seminar or prefer to discuss them privately afterwards.


Registration: RSVP by Tuesday 4th December 2018 to: ndaseminar@ndareg.com

Contact: Anna Perrin, Marketing Assistant, +44 (0) 1372 860 623, or email ndaseminar@ndareg.com

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

 

Interactions with the Agencies during development

How to fully leverage on oral explanations and other opportunities to convince EU regulators

Welcome to NDA’s free breakfast seminar on 4th December 8:30 – 10:00

There are many opportunities for bringing your message across to regulators, by interacting with the right EU Agencies at the right time, dependent on the type of product, applicant, procedure and stage of development. Find out whether you’re making the most of all these opportunities to facilitate your drug development program.

Join us to hear Steffen Thirstrup & Rosalind Cox share their experiences and provide their insights.


About the speakers

Professor Steffen Thirstrup: Former Head of Division, Medicines Assessment and Clinical Trials, Danish Health and Medicines Authority; Committee for Human Medicinal Products Member; Committee for Advanced Therapies member; Chairman of the Committee for Human Medicinal Products Respiratory Drafting Group and Co-Chair of the European Commission Working Group on Market Access of Biosimilars under the EU Platform on Market Access of Medicines in EU. Steffen is a NDA expert in clinical development and regulatory strategies.

 

Dr Rosalind Cox: Dr. Cox has held senior positions in European and International Regulatory Affairs within the pharmaceutical industry for 24 years, followed by 8 years at NDA. She is experienced in MAA submissions and other EU procedures such as Scientific Advice (national and EMA), PIP, ODD. Roz specialises in European Regulatory strategy within the context of global development, particularly for development products.

Key messages:

  • Get an overview of the opportunities for interacting with National Regulatory Agencies and EMA throughout development and how to optimise your interactions
  • Learn about procedure and product type specific interactions with special consideration for SMEs
  • By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail [Benjamin Franklin] – an oral explanation is your ultimate chance to engage with EU regulators in getting your product approved

When: 4th December 2018 | 09:00 – 10:00 | Breakfast from 08:30am – Q&A afterwards

Where: Am Klopferspitz 19a, 82152 Martinsried/Planegg, BioM Seminarraum, Munich, Germany

The breakfast seminar will be an open and interactive workshop with the opportunity to ask questions to Roz & Steffen. Questions can also be sent in advance to ndaseminar@ndareg.com

Please specify if you would like to ask them openly during the seminar or prefer to discuss them privately afterwards.


Registration: RSVP by Tuesday 27th November 2018 to ndaseminar@ndareg.com

Contact: Nathalie Brodale-Breinbauer, +49 (0) 89 3585 4036 or email nathalie.brodale-breinbauer@ndareg.com


We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Pharmacovigilance Audits and Inspections Summit – November 7, 2018

Shelley Gandhi has been invited to present a session at the Pharmacovigilance Audits and Inspections Summit – November 7, 2018 • Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District • Philadelphia, PA

Her session will cover:
Examine Evolving Global Pharmacovigilance Regulations and the Impact on Audit and Inspection Readiness

As regulations are changing domestically and around the globe, it is important to keep
up to date on the many different regulatory issues (including data integrity regulations)
that affect your audits and inspections. During this session, learn more about current
and pending regulatory developments that affect PV audits and inspections.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Align Global Data Collection and Analysis Systems • Ensure Cross -Functional Collaboration and Preparedness • Achieve Accurate and Timely Reporting

  • The volume of audits and inspections is growing rapidly
  • Audits and inspections currently consume an inordinate amount of PV’s time and attention
  • Global PV regulations are incredibly detailed
  • Managing, reviewing and sharing an increasing amount of data is tremendously complex
  • Cross-functional cooperation and seamless collaboration with 3rd parties is critical

ATTENDEE BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • Understand areas of regulatory focus related to PV audits and inspections
  • Create internal processes and best practices for managing audits and inspections
  • Benchmark with colleagues — Consider ways to work in partnership with regulatory affairs, quality, medical affairs, clinical development and manufacturing
  • Examine ways to efficiently and effectively capture, manage and report on data
  • Consider the future state of PV audits and inspections

Click here to find out more.

 

 

NDA Group expands presence in Denmark

In time for the European BIO meeting in Copenhagen, global development consultancy, NDA Group, is expanding the physical presence in Denmark. With the appointment of Katja Gustafsson as Senior Consultant the company will be working closely with clients in the region. The news follows several recent announcements of the company’s expansions in Europe and the US.


Katja is joining NDA’s Professor Steffen Thirstrup, Director of NDA’s regulatory Advisory Board in Copenhagen.

Johan Strömquist, CEO of NDA Group commented: “We’re delighted to be joined by Katja in Copenhagen, further reinforcing our commitment to Nordic life science and the incredible development that we see in the Medicon Valley region. Even though the Nordics is the cradle of NDA and we’ve had a strong presence in the market through our Stockholm office, there is nothing like having feet on the ground when it comes to serving our clients.”

Consultant and client interface

In her role as Senior Consultant, Katja will work closely with companies in the Copenhagen / Malmö / Lund region and act as client liaison, in addition to serving the need for professional regulatory development advice. Together with Prof. Thirstrup, Katja will ensure that the region’s clients gain access to the wealth of intelligence, advice and support represented by the capabilities of the NDA Group. Both Katja and Prof. Thirstrup will be available to meet with companies at the BIO Europe meeting in Copenhagen 5th– 7th November.

Prof. Thirstrup commented: “Copenhagen is my home and I’m delighted to see the vibrant activity in the region. With the expansion of NDA’s capabilities in Denmark we will be able to support the region even better in its growth and innovation. This can only be good news for patients.”
Katja joins NDA from Ferring Pharmaceuticals, where she has spent the last 18 years in different roles in Global Regulatory Affairs. Her previous role was as Associate Director in Life Cycle Management and Urology. Katja has been regulatory lead and team member for several development projects and driving global submissions and approvals for various pharmaceutical products. She has a MSc (Pharm) from the Royal Danish School of Pharmacy.

Margareta Busk, General Manager, NDA Nordics commented: ”Katja’s energy, professionalism and long international experience will be a great asset for the NDA team as well as for our clients. We are very much looking forward to continuing our expansion in the Medicon Valley with her support.”


NDA media contact: anna.perrin@ndareg.com

About NDA
NDA is an independent consulting group with offices in Stockholm, London, Zürich, Munich, Princeton, Boston and San Francisco. Its mission is to ensure that good medicines reach patients without unnecessary delay. It accomplishes this by providing the pharmaceutical industry with a comprehensive range of professional drug development services focusing on regulatory affairs, health technology assessment, pharmacovigilance and quality assurance. NDA’s team of more than 150 full time professionals is comprised of more than 25% ex-regulators from major EU Agencies, and a specialist Advisory Board consisting of Europe’s leading regulatory and HTA experts. The NDA Advisory Board provides scientific advice to pharmaceutical companies supporting them in gaining fast and constructive assessment of applications from regulatory agencies and HTA bodies. www.ndareg.com

 

 

Recommendations from PRAC – Insights and implementation

Welcome to NDA’s free breakfast seminar Wednesday the 21st of November 08:30 – 09:30

All marketing authorization holders (MAH) are responsible for monitoring and implementing PRAC’s recommendations for signal detection, PSUSA procedures, and referrals, to name a few.

Join us to hear Shelley Gandhi, NDA’s Strategic Advisor of Pharmacovigilance & Patient Safety, share her experience and provide her insights into how PRAC works, how recommendations are decided and how these recommendations are expected to be implemented.


About the speaker

With 19 years experience at the MHRA, and her work with the European pharmacovigilance legislation, has provided Shelley Gandhi with an enormous breadth of experience and knowledge within this area. During her career she has focused on the processes that ensure the safety of medicines and related devices.


When: Wednesday 21st November 08:30 – 09:30. Breakfast from 08:00

Where: NDA Regulatory Service AB, Johanneslundsvägen 2, 2tr, 194 61 Upplands Väsby

The breakfast seminar will be an open and interactive workshop with the opportunity to ask questions to Shelley. Specific questions can also be sent in advance to frukostseminarium@ndareg.com

Please advise if you would like to discuss them openly during the meeting; otherwise you can book meetings to discuss them separately after the seminar.


Registration: RSVP by Wednesday 14th November to frukostseminarium@ndareg.com

Contact: Denise Strömquist, Client Relations, Nordics, +46 (0)8 590 778 00 or email frukostseminarium@ndareg.com


Welcome!

 

NDA Group will be attending the 10th Annual PEGS Europe, at the Lisbon Convention Center, Portugal 12-16 November, 2018.

NDA supported over 40% of the new medicinal products that were approved in the EU over the last five years. If you are planning to attend this year’s PEGS, we would really like to meet up with you. We will have a few of our experts available at the event:

  • Dr Niamh Kinsella, Biologics Expert
  • Dr Terese Johansson, Regulatory Consultant

If you would like to arrange a meeting, please contact Niamh Kinsella, who will be happy to assist, niamh.kinsella@ndareg.com

 

Experts that will present at the event:

Niamh Kinsella

 

Poster Presentation:
Integrated Early Stage Development Strategy as Risk Management Tool for Global Development
Viewing: Tuesday, 13 November: 10:30-11:15, 13:45-14:15 & 16:20-17:00

 

Terese Johansson

Poster Presentation:
Developing an Integrated Summary of Immunogenicity (ISI) to Effectively Manage Regulatory Risks in Product Development
Viewing: Thursday, 15 November: 10:35-11:15 & 13:15-14:00

 

 

Click here to find out more about the event.

We look forward to hearing back from you about a meeting and to seeing you at the event!

 

 

 

Meet NDA at DIA Biosimilars Conference in London

Steffen Thirstrup,Director, NDA Regulatory Advisory Board will be chairing this event:

Overview
Biosimilar medicines’ developments are maintaining their momentum, and the 2018 Biosimilars Conference programme delves into strategic discussions regarding:

• Market access and regulatory developments in the EU and globally
• National policy developments (e.g. education, incentives, government investments)
• The impact of biosimilar medicines on the competitive landscape of biological products and the sustainability of the biosimilar medicines sector

As the 5th conference of its kind, the 2018 programme will provide current updates and challenges related to biosimilar medicines. The conference will consist of plenary
sessions and multi-stakeholder panel discussions, which will allow for interaction with the audience. Participants will leave the conference with a wealth of new information
and an expanded network of contacts.

Paul Chamberlain, Biopharmaceuticals and Immunogenicity Expert, NDA Advisory Board, UK
DAY ONE | MONDAY, 22 OCTOBER
11:30 SESSION 2 – PHYSICIAN’S CHALLENGES – TREATMENT PATHWAYS
Immunogenicity – The Wrong Elephant in the Room

Click here for more details & to register

Healthcare White Paper published

On Thursday 4th October, at the prestigious Royal Society of Medicine in London, the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors (CIEHF), launched their much-awaited White Paper setting out CIEHF’s vision for the integration of Human Factors in Health & Social Care.

The launch event was a great opportunity for individuals working in Health and Social Care, both clinical and non-clinical, to understand how human factors expertise can help and benefit patients, staff and their organisations.

Dr Brian Edwards, Principal Consultant, Pharmacovigilance & Drug Safety, NDA Group gave a talk, outlining the multi-faceted work of CIEHF’s unique Pharmaceutical Sector Group and its growing influence in a number of important areas such as manufacturing, technology and device design.

Click here to find out more

The White Paper is now available as a digital download. Get your copy here.

 

 

 

 

Dr Brian Edwards, Principal Consultant, Pharmacovigilance & Drug Safety, NDA Group

Meet NDA at DIA European Forum for Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV)

Helen Powell, & Brian Edwards, Principal Consultants at NDA Group have been invited to chair two Sessions at DIA European Forum for Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV), London, 10-11 October 2018

“Are You Compliant Enough? – Audits, Inspections And QMS”
Helen Powell, Principal Consultant, NDA Group has been invited to chair session 7

 

 

“Am I Impacted By Brexit?”
Brian Edwards, Principal Consultant, Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety, NDA Group, will chair session 8

 

 

Overview
This is still the only forum designed for QPPVs by QPPVs. This Forum continues to identify key trends requiring QPPV awareness, input and oversight. This year’s objectives, will build on past successes which have been shaped by valuable feedback provided by the participants of the past eleven meetings, plus many years of QPPV and Regulator interaction at this Forum.

Objectives
• Hear the latest updates and hot topics relating to the role of the QPPV
• Explore long term PV visions, future directions of the ‘PV world’, and potential impact on the role of QPPV
• Network with colleagues and meet regulators
• Learn from and share experience and ideas with like-minded QPPVs in a neutral environment
• Take away practical hints and tips
• Better understand regulatory and inspectorate expectations of the QPPV
• Identify the expanded expectations of the role in the context of the continually evolving regulatory framework
• Examine current areas of real challenge

To find out more about the event click here.