cGMP: Strategies for implementation and compliance for Phase I Investigational Drug and Biologic products

This cGMP training will help you in understanding systematic plan of evaluating cGMP applicable to the IND product cycle, the regulatory mandates (FDA, ICH, CHMP and the EU medicine agency), risk-management strategy and potential consequences for failures in inadequate assessment, and case studies of infractions.

Why Should You Attend:

cGMP guide lines were formulated for the purpose of regulating large-scale manufacturing and commercial drug products. But it is amended in 21 CFR Part 210 for applicability to small-scale laboratory production of exploratory and investigational drug and biologic products. The amended GMP guide lines are a component of the FDA’s “Product Quality for the 21st Century” initiative for a selective approach to varying production objectives during drug development. These exemptions allow the option to the FDA to advise investigators on the safety requirements of laboratory production lots that unequivocally permit administration to human subjects in clinical trials. In conclusion, this webinar will educate the participant on the broad ranging systematic plan of evaluating cGMP applicable to the IND product cycle, the regulatory mandates, risk-management strategy and potential consequences for failures in inadequate assessment, and case studies of infractions.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • Key aspects of FDA cGMP requirements for IND products.
  • Historical FDA cGMP requirements for drugs and biologics.
  • Practical implications.
  • Regulatory guidelines; FDA, ICH, CHMP, EMEA.