Meetings

BARDA’s DRIVe goes live; FDA workshop (27 Jun!) on inhaled antibiotics

Dear All: I don’t mean to inundate your inbox (this is my 3rd email this week!), but these two things have just hit my inbox and one of them has very tight timing: First, I previously wrote about job opportunities with BARDA’s new DRIVe initiative. With the goal of revolutionizing the way we prevent, detect, and respond to major health security threats,

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18-19 Nov 2019 FDA-IDSA-NIH-Pew Workshop: Enhancing Antibacterial Trials in the US

Dear All, Long note alert: Set aside at least 30 minutes for this one … there’s a lot of important material here. Last week’s workshop entitled “Enhancing the Clinical Trial Enterprise for Antibacterial Drug Development in the United States” was an unusual and unusually instructive meeting. You can go here for the meeting materials but as there are

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New meetings & grants, with a focus on Vietnam, China, and the UK

Dear All: Below my signature, find details of 4 new meetings and (collectively) 4 active or upcoming grant opportunities. One of the grants has a 6 Sep deadline, so look quickly! At the very bottom of the email you will find an integrated summary of all upcoming meetings … there is a lot going on!

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Workshop on TB drugs: Lessons for the antibacterial community

Dear All: ​I listened with interest to the 19 July 2017 FDA Workshop entitled “Development of New Tuberculosis Treatment Regimens– Scientific and Clinical Trial Design Considerations.” Most of the materials from the meeting are available online (see link below my signature).  I was interested in this workshop both because I want to see new TB

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Using Real-World Evidence: FDA Workshop on 13 Sep 2017

Dear All:  There is a newly announced FDA workshop on 13 Sep on using real-world evidence. Here is the link and I’ve also reproduced the key background text below my signature. This is of interest to the antibacterial community as our reliance on non-inferiority trials for the majority of our data means that we are often going to want

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FDA workshop on complex innovative trial designs / WHO consultancy

Dear All, First up today is a very interesting new workshop from FDA on 1-2 Sep entitled “Advancing the Development of Pediatric Therapeutics (ADEPT 7) Complex Innovative Trial Design.” In brief: “The Complex Innovative Trial Design Pilot Meeting Program (CID Program) facilitates and advances the use of complex and innovative trial designs that have the potential

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