Rapid Approvals - COVID Pivots, Models and Sustainability
Date and Time:
November 3, 2020
at 5:00 pm–7:00 pm
The regulatory runways for translating research into commercialization have been the subject of many debates. Priorities and trade-offs based on costs, timelines, and safety considerations have created significant differences across jurisdictions and application domains.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we have seen countless examples of expedited approvals and implementations of innovations from proof-of-concept to product proving that rapid innovation and expedited go to market strategies are possible. What are the lessons that we can take from the current situation to improve our translational pathways to ensure effective, safe, and timely commercialization of health innovations?
Join TR talks this week to discuss the benefits and shortcomings of pathways, pivots, successes, and failures of go-to-market strategies during COVID. What should we keep in a post-COVID world?
Health Technology & Commercialization (UHN)
Professor, Baxter Chair
Partner at Torys LLP | Chair of Life Sciences Practice
President | FACIT
Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization - OBIO