We are happy to share with you the full and final programme of the UU-WHO Winter Meeting which will take place on 9+10 January 2018. Please click the following link for the programme: Programme Winter meeting 2018. The second day of this meeting is dedicated to vaccines, as previously announced. Since decades vaccines have been in the […]
This evening is part of the UMC Utrecht’s Global Health & Tropical Medicine course. Theme: Access to essential and quality medicines 19:00 tot 21:30 at UMC Utrecht International Office (Heidelberglaan 100, Utrecht) Speakers: 1. Access to quality and affordable medicines and (bio)therapeutics, including a South Africa case study. Fatima Suleman Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal, […]
We would like to draw your attention to the following course on real-world evidence in medicine development offered by the UMC Utrecht, developed by IMI GetReal: This interactive online course will give an understanding of current techniques, opportunities and challenges for the use of real-world evidence in medicine development. This is an ideal course for […]
From 10-14 July 2017 we organized another successful summer course on pharmaceutical policy analysis in collaboration with WHO. There were people attending from 23 different nationalities, all coming from different sectors within the area of pharmaceutical policy.Each year we organize the summer course on pharmaceutical policy analysis. Please follow the link here to see upcoming events. Highlights […]
On July 13th, Lawrence Liberti, will defend his thesis entitled “Globally applicable facilitated regulatory pathways (FRPs) to improve equitable access to mdicines”. The defence will find place at the Academiegebouw of Utrecht University at 10:30 hrs. Please find more information here.
We would like to draw your attention to the forum which will be held on Thursday 13 July afternoon entitled “Evolving the Use of Facilitated Regulatory Pathways in the Global Regulatory Environment”. This forum is co-organised by CIRS on the coinciding occassion of the public PhD thesis defence by Larry Liberti, Executive Director of CIRS. More information […]
On 16 May 2017, Professor Fatima Suleman, delivered her inaugural lecture on ‘Affordability and equitable access to (bio)therapeutics for public health’. The life stream of the inaugural lecture can be found here. The links to news items written about Prof. Suleman’s lecture can be found here. Follow the Money: Gezocht geneesmiddel tegen ziekmakend dure medicijnen International […]
Previously we announced the inaugural lecture by professor Fatima Suleman, who will formally accept her appointment to the Prince Claus Chair in Development and Equity 2016/2018 at the Utrecht University. Please find below the link to the live stream of the lecture entitled; “Affordability and equitable access to (bio)therapeutics for public health”. It will take […]