Jenny Sharpe

Senior Scientific Writer, CIRS

2019 trends in regulatory approvals of new medicines

A study by the Centre for Innovation in Regulatory Science (CIRS) has identified trends in approvals of New Active Substances (NASs) by six major regulatory authorities1 , focusing on 2019 as well as the period from 2010 to 2019. In addition to tracking the number of approvals and the time to approval, the study also […]

Applying regulatory flexibility in the age of COVID-19

A study by the Centre for Innovation in Regulatory Science has found that there are numerous regulatory routes that can be used to assess and authorise medical products during a public health emergency or pandemic. Although yet to be used extensively, these Emergency Use Pathways (EUPs) offer the regulatory flexibility needed to ensure that medical […]