Drug Regulatory Pathways

Date and Time: 

February 2, 2021

at 5:00 pm–7:00 pm



Event Description

Successfully bringing a drug to market takes years of effort and billions of dollars. The immediacy of the current pandemic has researchers investigating repurposing existing medications to expedite the path to successful treatments. Regardless of the approach, the progression of a drug to market requires evidence and the ability to navigate regulations and associated administrative requirements. This TR Talks brings together a panel of experts to share their experiences from the front lines of clinical trials. Their failures successes, and everything they learned along the way.

Special Guests: 

Ruth Ross



Senior Scientist, Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute

Paul Grootendorst

University of Toronto

Director of the Division of Social and Administrative Pharmacy

Prof. Joseph Ferenbok


Translational Research Program, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Revolutionary Translator, Director

Ayman Chit

University of Toronto

Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics Health Services Research