The Global Summit on Regulatory Science (GSRS) is an international conference for discussion of innovative technologies and partnerships to enhance translation of basic science into regulatory applications within the global context. The conference provides an opportunity for scientists from government, industry, and academic-research communities to objectively assess the utility of emerging technologies (such as nanotechnology, imaging, omics for translational science, personalized medicine, medical product safety, and food safety) for addressing regulatory-research questions and to discuss the best way to translate these technologies into real-world applications. The conference provides a platform where regulators, policy makers, and bench scientists from various countries can exchange views on how to develop, apply, and implement innovative methodologies into regulatory assessments in their respective countries, as well as harmonizing strategy via global collaboration. To engage the global community to address regulatory-science research and training needs, GSRS is held in different countries on an annual basis.
Summary of 11th Annual Global Summit on Regulatory Science (GSRS21)
The 11th Global Summit on Regulatory Science (GSRS21) was held virtually October 4-6, 2021, co-hosted by NCTR and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences. The theme for the 11th anniversary Global Summit was “Regulatory Sciences for Food/Drug Safety with Real-World Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI).”