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WEBINAR - Global Supply Chain Challenges: Impact on Drugs and Medical Devices

Wednesday, December 8, 2021, 8:00 AM until 10:00 AM
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registering closer to the event

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RSVP by 6:00PM Tuesday, Dec 7, 2021

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TOPIC: Global Supply Chain Challenges: Impact on Drugs and Medical Devices

TOPIC DESCRIPTION: The panel will discuss the global supply chain challenges for drugs and medical devices particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. What is the impact on the known supply chain challenges? How can companies approach capability, capacity, demand, allocation, sourcing, and supplier selection strategies? We will discuss how these topics are affecting pandemic-related products and emerging clinical treatments, particularly cold-chain supply issues for vaccines and biologics. Understand how these issues tie into the existing long-term impacts of accelerated overseas agency enforcement and how to apply risk management principles at the business and QMS levels to better manage what we can.

SPEAKERS: Christine Zomorodian, Colleen Clark, and Janet Rose Rea


Christine Zomorodian is a consultant in biomedical industries with over 25 years experience and emphasis on quality systems, regulatory affairs, process assessment and improvement, program management, product development requirements, quality data and metrics, contamination management, and clinical skills.

Colleen Clark is a leader in the creation and execution of complex business development strategies emphasizing an agile and competitive supply chain, selecting partners, negotiating contracts, and developing international operating strategies to support emerging markets. She has experience in FDA and Global Harmonization Task Force (GTHF) compliance, CAPA, risk assessments and supplier quality.

Janet Rose Rea is a Clinical, RA & Q industry leader across broad product portfolios with depth, breadth and successful outcomes in regulatory and quality strategy focusing on biologics, biosimilars and pharmaceuticals; strategies for global product development (clinical, regulatory, drug supply) and compliance; clinical, regulatory and quality systems intelligence, gap analysis, and compliance assessments; and extensive domestic/international submissions and regulatory health authority interactions.

WHO: Clinical, regulatory, quality, manufacturing and legal

Attendance at this meeting may be applied as 1.5 points towards RAC re-certification

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This webinar will be recorded.