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Harvard-MIT CRS Regulatory Science Symposium 2019

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Norton's Woods Conference Center

American Academy of Arts & Sciences

136 Irving Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

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Join us for the annual meeting of the Boston area regulatory science community, hosted by the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science. This is a scientific meeting open to the entire community that aims to promote open, multi-stakeholder dialogue about important regulatory science challenges and advances. In addition to members of the Center, this symposium welcomes broader participation from academia, regulatory agencies, industry, and patient advocates.

In addition to scientific talks and panel discussions, there will be a poster session open for graduate students and fellows to present their research. Posters can be submitted at the Eventbrite registration.


This year’s featured topics include:

  • Real-World Evidence
  • Innovation in Digital Health
  • Advances in International Clinical Trials
  • FDA and Pharmaceutical Policy on Complex Generics


Speakers include:

Richard Platt, MD [Keynote]
Professor and Chair, Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School (HMS)
Executive Director, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute


John Brownstein, PhD
Chief Innovation Officer, Boston Children's Hospital
Professor, Harvard Medical School


John Torous, MD, MBI
Director, Digital Psychiatry Division, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center


Rena Conti, PhD
Associate Professor, Markets, Public Policy, And Law, BU Questrom School of Business (QSB)
Associate Research Director, Institute For Health System Innovation And Policy, BU QSB


Mark Albers, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Neurology, HMS
Assistant Neurologist, Massachusetts General Hospital


Andy Coravos
Co-Founder and CEO, Elektra Labs



About the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science

Harvard, MIT, and the FDA have partnered to create a center focused on innovative approaches for the development and evaluation of medical products. Working across academia, industry, and government institutions, the Center promotes regulatory science through research and education programs, uniting stakeholders under a common mission: promoting optimal patient health outcomes through biomedical innovation and the availability of safe and effective diagnostics and treatments.


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Parking is available at the Oxford Street Lot. If you have additional parking requirements, please contact hits_regsci@hms.harvard.edu.

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