Rockville, MD, USA – The American Academy of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics (AAVPT) sponsored a Veterinary Drug Regulatory Life Cycle Course on February 28 to March 04, 2011. The course, taught by CVM experts, was targeted to industry and academic stakeholders interested in understanding the regulatory science behind veterinary drug development. It provided an overview of current FDA CVM policies, procedures, and standards for pre- and post-approval requirements in the veterinary drug life-cycle.
A video of each lecture presented during the course is available. The 15-30 minute lectures are grouped into the following sessions:
•Introductions, Overviews, General Information
•Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls Technical Section
•Effectiveness Technical Section
•Target Animal Safety (TAS) Technical Section
•Human Food Safety (HFS) Technical Section
•Minor Technical Sections, FOI Summary, NADA
•Research at CVM
Download the videos from the FDA website
For questions or feedback about the workshop or the videos, please contact the CVM Communications Staff at 1-240-276-9300, or AskCVM@fda.hhs.gov.
[ Source: A. David Scarfe PhD, DVM, MRSSAf, Assistant Director, Scientific Activities Division, American Veterinary Medical Association. Website]