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PDA West Coast Chapter Regulatory Trends and Intelligence Event

Apr 20 - Apr 20, 2017 |
Apr 20, 2017 |
Dominics at Oyster Point | South San Francisco, CA
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Regulated companies need to be aware of trends in the industry, especially ones that create 483s or warning letters. Join us on Thursday, April 20, 2017, for a dive into the recent documents and a trend analysis of recent FDA enforcement data. We will cover hot topics, as well as a question and answer session for audience members, Learn from other companies' regulatory actions to prevent the same occurrence at your own. Specific topics include warning Letters, 483 data, investigator and inspection trends, and potential impact from the new Presidential Administration. Our presenter is Oliver Yu, who has almost two decades of experience in Pharma industry analytics.

Agenda

6:00pm Registration and Networking
7:00pm Dinner
7:45pm Announcements
8:00pm Presentation and Discussion
9:30pm Closing

Speaker

Oliver Yu is CTO and co-Founder of FDAzilla. He has 18+ years of pharma/biotech manufacturing experience at Genentech, Zymergi, and Cygnus, where he focused on large-scale data analysis, process automation, cell culture, sterility, and yield optimization. Oliver holds a Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering and a B.S. in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from Cornell University

Registration

Early Bird Registration is $50 for PDA members and $60 for non-members (limited to the first 45 reservations)
Thereafter, the fee is $60 for PDA members and $70 for non-members
Additional $5 for Walk-in/At-Door registration.
Government Employees and Students fee 45$ upon request in writing to rsvp@wccpda.org
PDA members: Please include your member ID number (after your name) in your registration

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https://www.pda.org/chapters/north-america/west-coast/west-coast-event-detail/event-registration

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