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The Race for a Vaccine: Regulatory Policymaking and Expedited Clinical Trial Innovation

A virtual Executive Briefing
October 13, 2020

The Race for a Vaccine: Regulatory Policymaking and Expedited Clinical Trial Innovation


Date: Tuesday, October 13 | Time: 10–11 a.m. PT/1–2 p.m. ET
Host: Wayne Koff, President & CEO, Human Vaccines Project

Discussion Leaders:
Peter Honig, MD, SVP & Head of Global Regulatory Affairs and Group Head of Development China and Development Japan, Pfizer
Peter Marks, MD, Director, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, FDA
Greg Poland, MD, Director, Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group

• Impact of regulatory policymaking to expedite development of vaccines
• Update on promising vaccines, supply chain innovations and timeline for broad distribution
• Innovative public-private collaboration to prioritize vaccine candidates, streamline clinical trial activity, and access resources across all stakeholders

Virtual gathering pre-reads:
COVID-19: A Catalyst to Accelerate Global Regulatory Transformation
COVID-19 must catalyse changes to clinical development

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