GCRSr

Global Coalition for Regulatory Science Research

The Global Coalition for Regulatory Science Research (GCRSR) was established in 2013, under the leadership of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Its membership is comprised of regulatory bodies across the globe. GCRSR has forged international partnerships and collaborations that focus on adopting emerging technologies and big data science to improved regulatory science research on the safety and efficacy of foods and drugs.

The Global Coalition for Regulatory Science Research (GCRSR) was established in 2013, under the leadership of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Its membership is comprised of regulatory bodies across the globe. GCRSR has forged international partnerships and collaborations that focus on adopting emerging technologies and big data science to improved regulatory science research on the safety and efficacy of foods and drugs.

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  Good News!

GSRS23 will be held in Parma, Italy, between September 26-28, 2023, with a theme on emerging technologies and their role in regulatory application. The conference is co-hosted by European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and GCRSR. This will be an in-person meeting with both plenary and poster presentations. We may also have a pre-conference workshop on regulatory bioinformatics with an emphasis on AI/ML. More information is forthcoming so please check back periodically.


In-Person Conference Registration is open now!

About GCRSR

The Global Coalition for Regulatory Science Research (GCRSR) was established in 2013, under the leadership of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Its membership is comprised of regulatory bodies across the globe. GCRSR has forged international partnerships and collaborations that focus on adopting emerging technologies and big data science to improved regulatory science research on the safety and efficacy of foods and drugs.

 Objectives

• Defining the role of global research collaborations in advancing regulatory science and its impact on public health.

• Exploring the future of regulatory science research as a tool for advancing regulatory science in the areas of food safety and medical products.

•  Developing strategies for training of regulatory scientists in a global setting.

 Main Activities

• Holding workshops and scientific meetings, including the annual Global Summit on Regulatory Science, to discuss the current development of new technologies and their potential utility in the regulatory settings.

• Exchanging scholars and students for the purpose of providing education and training courses.

•  Enhancing the development and use of regulatory science principles.

Contact Us: gsrsconferences@fda.hhs.gov
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