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Virtual Regulatory Science Faculty-Student Mixer

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Join our virtual faculty-student mixer to learn more about the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science and chat with the RegSci community!

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Join us for an opportunity to remotely meet faculty, trainees, and students from Harvard, MIT, and other academic institutions who are interested in regulatory science, and learn about the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science (CRS). This virtual event will feature CRS faculty from Harvard Medical School, Harvard Business School, and our affiliated hospitals who will briefly provide an overview of their research and chat in small breakout groups with students and trainees. Faculty participants include Ariel Stern (HBS), Ameet Sarpatwari (HMS), Tianxi Cai (HSPH), and Florence Bourgeois (BCH).

This event is free and open to any academic faculty and students with an interest in regulatory science. Advance registration is required. The Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees the week of the event.

This event is only open to faculty, students, and trainees. If you are interested in attending future events open to the broader community, we invite you to contact us!

About regulatory science:

Regulatory science is the science of developing and assessing novel therapeutics, devices, and biomarkers from discovery through post-market. Regulatory science brings together experts from all aspects of the drug development pipeline including academics, industry professionals and government regulators.

We hope you can join us as we work to build a more cohesive regulatory science community in Boston.

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Harvard, MIT, and the FDA have partnered to create a center focused on regulatory science, bringing together a range of scientific disciplines that are applied to assess the quality, safety and efficacy of medicinal products and inform regulatory decision-making throughout the lifecycle of a medicine. 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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