This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the regulatory, quality and GMP requirements to consider when developing ATMPs.
30-31 Mar 2020
& 5-6 Oct 2020
GBP 1,499 1,299 *
EUR 2,099 1,819 *
USD 2,338 2,026 *
* When you book before 28 Feb
This course has been designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the regulatory, quality and good manufacturing practice (GMP) requirements to consider when developing advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs).
Industry expterts will cover the regulatory landscape and the definition and classification of ATMPs and provide practical guidance on how to overcome quality and specific GMP challenges. The differences between GMP for ATMPs and conventional therapies will be discussed, as will the requirements for clinical trials and the preparation of the IMPD. Advice on the specific transportation requirements of these products will also be addressed.
This programme will be of benefit to all those involved with or considering developing an ATMP.
Benefits of attending:
This seminar will be of benefit to all those involved with or considering developing an Advance Medicinal Therapeutic Product.
Alison Wilson is an Independent Regulatory Affairs Consultant. Previously regulatory affairs manager for Smith & Nephew Wound Management, she has over 25 years’ experience of regulatory affairs in medicinal products, human tissue products and medical devices. She is a nominated UK expert for ISO (International Standards Organisation) TC150/WG 11 – Tissue Engineered Medical Products and a member of BSI Technical Panel RGM/1 – Regenerative Medicine.
Alison is a Module Advisor for the TOPRA* MSc in Regulatory Affairs (Pharma) (Module 9 – Biotechnology) and was Module Advisor for the MSc in Medical Technology Regulatory Affairs (Module 6 – Combination Products and Other Technologies) from 2006-2012. She is a member of the Topic Selection Panel for the MHRA Medical Device Technology Forum. She was a member of the MHRA (then MDA) working group responsible for production of the Code of Practice for Production of Human-Derived Therapeutic Products, 2002, and is the technical author for the BSI publication PAS 93: Characterisation of human cells for clinical application, published August 2011.
She is now Principal Consultant at CellData Service who provide strategic regulatory and development advice for a range of UK, EU and US clients seeking to develop and commercialise advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs), regenerative medicine therapies and drug-device combination products in the EU. She has extensive expertise in guiding smaller companies and academic groups through the regulatory complexities of development of novel regenerative medicine products, in particular scientific advice procedures and first-in-man clinical trials, and in recognition of this has received the first TOPRA Futures Award for contribution to regulatory science in new technology areas.
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, where 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 had 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 has over 30 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.
|30-31 Mar 2020|
|30-31 Mar 2020||Rembrandt Hotel, London||GBP 1,499.00
+ VAT @ 20.00%
Until 28 Feb*
|5-6 Oct 2020|
|5-6 Oct 2020||Rembrandt Hotel, London||GBP 1,499.00
+ VAT @ 20.00%
* Note the early booking discount cannot be combined with any other offers or promotional code