On Friday, February 25, the Center for the Business of Life Sciences of the IU Kelley School of Business will present its latest installment in the Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series: An Update on Regulatory Compliance. The conference will be held at the offices of Barnes & Thornburg, 11 South Meridian Street in Indianapolis. Breakfast begins at 8:00 a.m. and the conference concludes at 3:15 p.m. Online registration can be accessed here.
The new administration, leadership and legislation all contribute to the recent changes in how the FDA performs its role. At the same time, manufacturers of pharmaceutical products, nutritionals, medical devices and diagnostic equipment, and other medical technologies are constantly looking for new ways to distribute market and sell their products. Many would say that the effects of this combination are putting businesses under more regulatory scrutiny, subjecting companies to more liability and delaying the availability of new products and therapies to healthcare providers and ultimately, the public. This program will bring experts from industry and the regulatory environment together to discuss whether this is indeed the case and review strategies for the future.