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USC School of Pharmacy Establishes International Center for Regulatory Science
Date:11/8/2011

timate outcome of a patient's treatment."

Dr. Richmond and her collaborative team at USC believe the International Center for Regulatory Science's mission is vital, and the timing for its launch critical. The Center will work with companies to understand and improve best practices to help their FDA submissions proceed more quickly. The Center also will facilitate communication between industry and such government regulators.

"We'll work to understand the problems facing both sides—the regulator and the industry—that could become bottlenecks to product development," says Dr. Richmond.

Since the marketplace is now global, the Center will work not only with the FDA and U.S. companies, but with their counterparts around the world in increasing speed while ensuring safety for medical product marketplace.  Memoranda of understanding with programs in China and Korea, as well as visiting scholar opportunities, complement exchange programs for students who are pursuing education in regulatory, quality and clinical sciences.

"The Center promises to be a proactive voice impacting how pharmaceutical and medical device products are brought to market," said School of Pharmacy Dean R. Pete Vanderveen. "The university offers tremendous collaborative opportunities, including our own Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics that will surely work with Dr. Richmond and her group."

The Schaeffer Center will house the School's Quintiles Chair in Pharmaceutical Development and Regulatory Innovation which has been made possible by a gift from Quintiles.  A search for the holder of this chair is currently underway, and collaboration with the eventual chair and the International Center for Regulatory Science presents unique opportunities for research.

The USC School of Pharmacy is well suited for such an enterprise, as the Center will build upon the School's longstan
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