Considerations for optimizing the use of reliance-based regulatory pathways

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Considerations for optimizing the use of reliance-based regulatory pathways

The FRPanorama Forum series is an educational program of the Erudee Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit ( and is supported by MSD.

By FRPath Project

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, May 18 · 5 - 6:15am PDT



About this event

With the continued growing interest in how reliance-based pathways can be optimized for medicine authorizations, we will be diving into ways that agencies and companies can identify and implement simple approaches to facilitate the use of these pathways. Join us in this practical, fun and informative roundtable where we will explore the following topics in new ways:

Join our distinguished speakers for this free seminar.

Heraclio Rodriguez, Regulatory Science & Policy Head LatAm, Sanofi

  • Cooperation Agreements and MOUs: How can these instruments support reliance processes- examples from the LatAm experience.

Marie Valentin, Regulatory Convergence and Networks Team, World Health Organization

  • How can agencies and companies work together toward a transparent process of reliance guideline development?

Nancy Ngum, Programme Officer, AUDA-NEPAD

  • Work-sharing and joint assessments- What legislation and other approaches can help to support these options?

And keep an eye out for details about our upcoming seminars in the FRPanorama Forum Series!

July 2023

Implementing simple steps to optimize the use of reliance pathways: What are the fundamental steps that can be implemented?

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FRPath Project

At the Erudee Foundation we're dedicated to education in the health sciences and related fields and to informing the effective use of medicine regulatory systems. We support this mission through a unique scholarship program and innovative research projects including the FRPath® project ( and the FRPanoramaTM communication program. The Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit.