This In-house course will take participants through all of the necessary steps to obtain marketing authorisation for a feed additive in the European Union.
This In-house course will take participants through all of the necessary steps to obtain marketing authorisation for a feed additive in the European Union. Presentations will cover the regulatory framework, and data required to establish the characterisation, quality, safety and efficacy of the different types of feed additives. An important part of the course will be devoted to working on case studies in the workshop sessions. The course will provide a comprehensive introduction to the entire regulatory dossier submission for approval of a feed additive in the EU.
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Dr. Elinor McCartney
Elinor established Pen & Tec Consulting in 2000, coinciding with publication of the EU white paper on food safety, and dedicated to providing specialist services in new product development and registration of feed additives in Europe. She has managed the growth of services to include all categories of feed additives. Elinor is a graduate of the Royal Veterinary College, where she obtained her PhD in enteric diseases of piglets. She also holds an MBA (with distinction) from the Open University, and has tutored in Finance and Marketing for the Open University Business School in several European countries. Elinor has worked in general veterinary practice, in the veterinary pharmaceutical industry and in various technical and commercial roles concerning the supply of additives and speciality ingredients to the feed industry. Elinor helps clients understand EU/EFSA legislation, guidelines and guidance and has assisted many applicants to achieve or maintain EU approval of a wide range of products, including technological, sensory, nutritional, zootechnical and coccidiostat feed additives.