Best Practices in Clinical ResearchHosted by: Office of Continuing Education
2021From: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
This conference is focused on best practices in veterinary clinical research. The topics are of wide interest to those involved in supporting, conducting, or administering clinical research to veterinary patients.
Recordings of these sessions will be made available for 7 days post-conference.
Registration for this event is now closed.
Phone Number: (706) 542-1451
The ABCs & GCPs: large pharma perspective on FDA veterinary clinical trials
Stacey Follis MS, Veterinary Medicine Research & Development, Global Therapeutics, Zoetis Inc.
Ethical Considerations for Veterinary Clinical Trials
Lisa M Lee PhD, MA, MS Associate Vice President for Research and Innovation Director, Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance Research Professor, Population Health Sciences Virginia Tech
How Does Academia Incorporate Real World Data and Real World Evidence?
Steven Budsberg DVM DACVS, University of Georgia
Comparison of FDA and USDA Regulations for approval of Investigational Veterinary Biologics
Kimberly Simmons DVM, Simmons Consulting Group LLC.
Laboratory Support for Clinical Trials: Equipment and Organizational Considerations
Allison O’Kell, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM), Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida
IACUC vs Clinical Research Committee for Approval of Clinical Trials
Benjamin Brainard VMD, DACVAA, DACVCC, Director of Clinical Research, University of Georgia
The role of the University or CRO in the FDA approval process
Deborah Cenci, A.V.P. Regulatory Affairs, Quality and Compliance, Life Sciences – U.S. Lead, Capgemini Inc
The transition from benchtop to veterinary clinical trials and human/veterinary collaboration
Nicola Mason B.Vet.Med, PhD, DACVIM, FCPP Paul A. James and Charles A. Gilmore Endowed Chair Professorship, Professor of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine
Per Rule 700-7-.03. Continuing Veterinary Education, this conference is considered an interactive computer generated course. Per the state of Georgia, you are allowed 15 hours of interactive computer generated courses.
Agenda subject to change.