CDC & FDA:  Collaboration & Challenges — FSMA, Food Outbreaks, Pharmacy 

Compounding & Emerging Health Issues

Wednesday, January 29 | Emory University | Atlanta, GA

This meeting has been cancelled due to the that fact that Emory University closed for inclement weather. 

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General Information


Audience: 

Food, Diagnostics, Biologics, Drugs, Medical Devices

Course Level:

Intermediate and Advanced



Program Description

FDLI, in cooperation with Emory University, is hosting a new meeting in Atlanta. This one day symposium, featuring top FDA and CDC officials, will explain how these two critical agencies work together on a number of food and drug law issues, from outbreaks of foodborne illnesses to approval of in vitro diagnostic devices. Learn how FDA/CDC collaboration affects regulated industry—from development of guidance and regulation, to investigating product problems, to enforcement and litigation. The afternoon session provides a rare opportunity for interaction among attendees, government officials, industry representatives and public health experts.

Who Should Attend?

  • Drugs, biologics, food and medical device stakeholders regulated by FDA
  • Drugs, biologics, food and medical device stakeholders affected by CDC 
  • Compliance and regulatory specialists
  • Independent compliance and regulatory consultants
  • Government employees; regulators
  • In-house counsel
  • External attorneys
  • Students
  • Consultants
  • Academics