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Talent Competition Highlights Student Innovation in Regulatory Science

February 3, 2017

First-ever undergraduate competitor takes the gold for project to develop a universal labeling system for hazardous drugs.

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CERSI Conference Highlights Need for National Medical Device Evaluation System

CERSI Conference Highlights Need for National Medical Device Evaluation System

April 20, 2016

Researchers across academia, government, and industry explore how real world evidence can be harnessed to create a national evaluation system and improve the safety and effectiveness of medical devices.

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SOP Talent Competition Brings Student Innovation to the Forefront

SOP Talent Competition Brings Student Innovation to the Forefront

February 19, 2016

Fourth annual M-CERSI “America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent” competition awards third-year student pharmacists first prize for novel solution to improve FDA’s post-marketing surveillance program.

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Standing Left to Right: James Polli, PhD; Janet Woodcock, MD; and Natalie Eddington, PhD, FCP, FAAPS

CERSI Symposium Highlights Use of Biomarkers in Drug Development

August 28, 2015

More than 500 researchers from academia, government, and industry gather to gain perspective on biomarker development and the application of biomarkers in preclinical and clinical research.

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Talent Competition Highlights Student Innovation in Regulatory Science

February 11, 2015

Winners of student regulatory science talent competition propose mobile application to help improve patient medication knowledge.

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CERSI Conference Spotlights New Applications for Top-Down Mass Spectrometry

June 30, 2014

Researchers from academia, government, and industry examine benefits and new methods associated with emerging technology.

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SOP Online Master’s Program Hosts First “Meet and Greet” for Students

May 8, 2014

Event fosters sense of community among students and provides an opportunity to network with the program’s instructors.

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