Regulatory Science Faculty-Student Mixer
5 PM on October 16
Modell Center Atrium
Harvard Medical School
Join other faculty, trainees and students from Harvard and MIT who are interested in regulatory science, and learn about the new Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science (CRS). This event will feature CRS faculty including Ariel Stern from HBS, Aaron Kesselheim from PORTAL and HMS, Brian Alexander from Dana-Farber, and more. We will introduce the Center, provide an overview of faculty research, discuss the CRS fellowship and announce more of our upcoming events. Refreshments will be served.
This event is free and open to anyone with interest in this topic. Please help us to plan by RSVPing here!
Regulatory science is the science of developing and assessing novel therapeutics, devices, and biomarkers from discovery through post-market. Regulatory science brings together experts from all aspects of the drug development pipeline including academics, industry professionals and government regulators.
The Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science works to harness systems engineering and data science to create faster, better, and cheaper routes to new medicines and devices. Our objectives are to generate awareness about regulatory science, promote regulatory science research, train the new generation of regulatory science researchers, and promote meaningful collaboration between different stakeholders.
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