UBC is proud to announce the publication of members of our pharmacovigilance team in Advances in Therapy. The article – “Safety Surveillance During Drug Development: Comparative Evaluation of Existing Regulations” – features contributions from Safety Scientists Christopher Henry, Alix Garcia, Chysanthi Samara, Safety Physician Laure Valotton, and Pharmacovigilance Physician Leader Alexis Pincon.
Safety surveillance during drug development is a globally recognized necessity. However, different regions and countries have different standards for what is required, leading to safety processes that need to be harmonized. This research analyzes the current regulations and seeks out solutions to increase the global viability of safety surveillance during drug development.
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