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The market opportunity in Latin America is growing considerably thanks to increased life expectancies which have prompted a rise in government spending on healthcare. Countries such as Brazil, Argentina and Mexico are set to grow at a faster rate year on year than those in Europe, making the region a target for the (bio)pharmaceutical sector. With so many varying requirements and approval procedures across Latin America, navigating the regulations can be difficult and time consuming.
This course will take you through the key regulatory requirements and procedures such as compiling the dossier, clinical trials, commercial landscape and pharmacovigilance in each country so you have the skills and confidence to operate in the region. You will discover how to process pharmaceuticals including generics and biotech including biosimilars.
Countries discussed: Brazil | Mexico | Argentina | Colombia | Venezuela | Chile | Peru | Ecuador | Paraguay
MARÍA DE LA LUZ LARA MÉNDEZ
Maria is the CEO of a regulatory affairs consultant for ICON where she covers Central America and Latin America, and holds 15 years experience in Regulatory affairs in private and public sectors. Having worked at the National Regulatory Agency of Mexico (COFEPRIS) for over 10 years in various director level positions, Maria has had a key role in the development of official standards, regarding Biotechnological products and pharmacovigilance, and has acted as a COFEPRIS representative at various international forums such as, the Pacific Alliance, International Pharmaceutical Regulators Forum (IPRF) and The International Generic Drug Regulators Pilot (IGDRP).
Iván is a pharmacist who graduated from UNAM, where he was also awarded a master's degree for his studies focused on nanotechnology and unconventional routes of administration.
Iván has worked for the pharmaceutical industry in inspections for the compliance of GMPs in the Republic of China with producers of active ingredients (APIs). He has collaborated in the field of clinical studies, focused on bioequivalence and collaborated as an academic.
Iván has worked for the Mexican regulatory agency, has been a member of the Controlled Release Society (CRS) and recently of The Association for Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP); he has participated in international initiatives such as the International Generic Drug Regulators Pilot (IGDRP), the International Pharmaceutical Regulators Forum (IPRF), Dengue Vaccine Initiative (DVI) and in the International Regulatory Cooperation for Herbal Medicines (IRCH).
Anyone working within the field of regulatory affairs at management level or above who want to gain an insight into the Regulatory landscape in Latin America, such as:
We're looking forward to welcoming our attendees and expert course leaders at Regulatory Affairs in Latin America in London in April.
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The trainer's attitude and knowledge was excellent.
The overview of Latin America was great. I actually took this course to learn more about the registration process in Mexico specifically. Good course content overall.