Regulatory Science Apprentice Webinar - 13th March 2020 at 1pm (CET)
Debate on "The Biopharmaceutics Classification Scheme (BCS) is outdated – we need to move on"
PEARRL is a European Training Network (ETN) funded under the Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie actions. It brings together European Pharma industry, academia and regulatory agency partners in a multisectorial team to deliver a unique research and training programme for 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESR) with the main research objectives to deliver novel bio-enabling formulations and new biopharmaceutics tools to predict their in vivo performance as a means to improve efficiency and cost-competitiveness in drug development, thus facilitating earlier access of patients to “breakthrough therapies”.
The PEARRL network is organising and hosting a Regulatory Science Apprentice webinar on Friday 13th March 2020 at 1pm (Central European Time), noon (Greenwich Mean Time), 8am (Eastern daylight time (US)).
The webinar is open to interested parties from industry, regulatory and academic settings and we are happy to invite you to join us.
The regulatory science ‘hot topic’ for debate is: ‘The Biopharmaceutics Classification Scheme (BCS) is outdated – we need to move on’. During the webinar, a team of PhD candidates from PEARRL will present the science in favour of the motion and a panel of experts from industry, regulatory and academia will challenge the motion.
The goal of this webinar is to encourage scientific discussion on hot topics for regulatory science among academia, industry and regulatory in a neutral, science driven but light hearted public forum. This unconventional format will promote regulatory science to the scientific community world-wide in an entertaining way.
Presenting PEARRL Researchers Team
Register online today to the Regulatory Science Apprentice Webinar. You will receive a confirmation of your registration and further details on how to join the webinar on the 13th March 2020.
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