The 13th annual WRIB (Workshop on Recent Issues of Bioanalysis) was held in New Orleans, LA this week and is wrapping up today. The workshop was well represented by regulators and industry (both from Pharma and CROs), with numerous discussions and topics for the bioanalysis of small and large molecules. Presentations covered the full spectrum of bioanalysis from recently issued guidance documents (both draft and final),
Earlier last week, the U.S. FDA released its final guidance document, “Bioanalytical Method Validation.” This is great news as the bioanalytical industry has been waiting for the draft guidance (issued September 2013) to be finalized. For all bioanalytical laboratories that were following the previously issued final guidance, “Bioanalytical Method Validation” issued in May 2001, or the draft guidance,
The US FDA just released their Guidance for Industry titled “E6(R2) Good Clinical Practice: Integrated Addendum to ICH E6(R1)” (here). The guidance provides a path forward for the mutual acceptance of clinical trial data across regulatory authorities from Canada, the European Union, Japan, Switzerland, and the United States.
The guidance clearly identifies the added revisions,
The 11th annual Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis (WRIB) has ended in sunny Hollywood, CA. The WRIB provides an opportunity for both industry and regulators to discuss challenges facing the bioanalytical community in the analysis of both small and large molecules. This year’s workshop had the largest turnout ever, with approximately 750 attendees from all over the world representing large brand pharmaceutical companies,