Advisory Committees under the White Oak
CDER Advisors & Consultants Staff "is hopeful" the FDA can accommodate "smaller" advisory committee meetings at its new White Oak, Md. campus in Building Two, Director Igor Cerny says at the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society Annual Meeting in Baltimore Oct. 19. Security concerns remain an issue. The building is scheduled for completion in 2007. Larger meetings will continue to be held at hotels...
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