Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Reagan-Udall Foundation Receives FDA Funding to Advance Regulatory Science - MarketWatch

The Reagan-Udall Foundation for the Food and Drug Administration today announced it has received $900,000 from the FDA to support its FY2012 operations and infrastructure. The Foundation, an independent, non-profit organization, was created by Congress to advance the mission of the FDA through the study and pursuit of regulatory science initiatives.

Reagan-Udall Foundation Receives FDA Funding to Advance Regulatory Science - MarketWatch:

"Foundation priorities include exploring opportunities in the areas of food safety, novel approaches for developing therapies to fight tuberculosis, better understanding of cancer drug toxicities, and methods to enhance the FDA's ability to use clinical data sets for active post-market product safety surveillance. Additional areas of focus include scientific capacity building through training and fellowship programs for research scientists."

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