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Regulatory Strategies for Orphan Drugs (London, United Kingdom - September 23, 2020)

  • ID: 4901713
  • Conference
  • Location: London, United Kingdom
  • 1 Day
  • Management Forum
  • Conference Dates: September 23, 2020
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This must-attend new event will provide an essential overview of the opportunities and challenges presented by orphan drug regulation.

Course overview

The market for orphan drug products continues to expand and developing new treatments for rare diseases is becoming an increasingly important growth area for many pharmaceutical companies. This interest in rare and orphan diseases is linked not only to the incentives offered by the different regulatory authorities but also to the recent development of advanced therapies.

The interactive course will cover all the key aspects of orphan drug legislation in both the US and EU and the regulatory processes designed to enable early access to innovative medicines. The programme will help you to assess the strategic considerations of when to apply for orphan designation and to which agency and look at the development of advanced therapies and using orphan drug designation with your ATMP strategy.

A case study session on how to prepare and manage an orphan drug submission will consolidate learning and ensure that you leave the event with practical skills and knowledge that can be put to use in the workplace. The course will allow you not only to learn from our expert trainer but also to share the experiences of other delegates.

Benefits of attending:
  • Gain an overview of the orphan medicinal product legislation in the EU and the US
  • Receive practical advice on how to prepare and manage orphan submissions
  • Assess strategic considerations of when to apply for orphan designation and to what agencies
  • Discuss the use of orphan drug designation with your ATMP strategy
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Orphan medicinal product legislation
  • Overview of the legislation in the EU and US
  • Why do we need orphan legislation?
  • What the regulations say
  • Benefits for obtaining orphan drug designation in the EU and US
  • Considerations for orphan drug designation
    • Sequence of submissions by country
    • Developing orphan versus non-orphan indications
    • Paediatric conditions
Process of orphan drug designation
  • Orphan drug designation in the EU
    • Application
    • Procedure
  • Similarities and differences with the US
    • Application, procedure and incentives
  • Strategic considerations of when to apply and to what agencies
  • Future collaborations between EU and US
Maintenance of orphan drug designation
  • Examples of recent orphan drug designation
  • Prevalence challenges
  • Changes to indication/experience of introducing a new indication

Practical case study session on obtaining orphan drug designation

Orphan drugs and ATMPs
  • The link between ATMPs and the use of orphan legislation
  • Using orphan drug designation with your ATMP strategy
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  • Andrew Willis Mr Andrew Willis,
    Consultant ,
    Independent


    Andrew Willis is an independent consultant providing expert advice and training on global regulatory solutions and pharmaceutical development. Previously, he worked for Catalent Pharma Solutions as VP Regulatory Affairs & Consulting Services. Catalent is the world’s leading contract manufacturer and distributor of pharmaceuticals, and he was head of a team of internal and external regulatory affairs consultants. He qualified as a Chemist from the University of Glamorgan, after which he furthered his understanding of pharmaceutical development, working as a research chemist with Parke Davis. He has 10 years manufacturing and analytical experience prior to entering regulatory affairs as a Senior Executive Officer with responsibility for submission of European MAAs and project management of development programs. He currently has a total of 28 years pharmaceutical experience with extensive knowledge in the development and manufacture of sterile, solid oral, inhalation, topical and biotech pharmaceutical products. These experiences have allowed knowledge of many Biotech products requirements with experiences of growth hormones and multiple cancer treatments, including development and clinical registration of the first genetically modified live bacterium for such treatment. He has extensive experience of major European and US regulatory projects, in the clinical and marketing authorisation stages, and has significant experience in coordinating and managing meetings with European and US Health Authorities. Specific experience includes the project management of a large MAA requiring full clinical data, followed by Mutual Recognition of the application in all of the European Concerned Member States. The project recorded successful outcomes in all major markets (26 countries) and was viewed as highly successful by the client, meeting very stringent project timings.
     

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This event will be particularly relevant to regulatory affairs professionals who are involved in orphan drug submissions. It will also be of interest to those working in rare diseases who would benefit from an overview of orphan drug designation.

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ADDRESS

Rembrandt Hotel
11 Thurloe Pl,
Kensington
London
SW7 2RS
United Kingdom


DIRECTIONS

The Rembrandt Hotel is located at 11 Thurloe Place, London, SW7 2RS. The hotel’s location in central London couldn’t be better, whether you’re travelling for business or leisure. You’ll be right between two of London’s most fashionable areas – South Kensington and Knightsbridge – within walking distance of museums, theatres, Harrods and Hyde Park.

You can hop on the Tube at South Kensington and take the District, Circle or Piccadilly lines direct to the City of London, Heathrow Airport and all other areas of the city. Look out of your window and you may well see the Victoria and Albert Museum – it’s right across the street.

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