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Noted Epidemiologist and Former FDA Deputy Director Janet B. Arrowsmith, MD, Joins NDA Partners as a Premier Expert Consultant
Date:8/23/2014

in this area, will benefit greatly from Dr. Arrowsmith’s expertise in epidemiology and infectious diseases, and from her senior-level regulatory agency experience in drug review and approval”, said Dr. Peck. “We are pleased to welcome her to the NDA Partners team and look forward to her leadership in this area.”

Dr. Arrowsmith served as a Commissioned Officer in the US Public Health Service where she achieved the Navy rank of Captain. She has published numerous articles in peer reviewed medical literature, authored or co-authored several book chapters on postmarket surveillance, and spoken before numerous national medical and professional organizations on medical product regulation. Dr. Arrowsmith in an elected fellow of both the American College of Physicians and the American College of Epidemiology.

About NDA Partners
NDA Partners is a strategy consulting firm specializing in expert product development and regulatory advice to the medical products industry and associated service industries such as law firms, investment funds and government research agencies. The highly experienced Principals and Premier Experts of NDA Partners include two former FDA Center Directors; the former Chairman of the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the UK; an international team of approximately 40 former pharmaceutical industry and regulatory agency senior executives; and an extensive roster of highly proficient experts in specialized areas including nonclinical development, toxicology, pharmacokinetics, CMC, clinical development, regulatory submissions, and development program management. Services include product development and regulatory strategy, expert consulting, high-impact project teams, and virtual product development teams.

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