08
April 2013
Past Event
Reclaiming Innovation in the Life Sciences: Reform FDA, Modernize its Culture

Reclaiming Innovation in the Life Sciences: Reform FDA, Modernize its Culture

Past Event
Washington, D.C. Area
April 08, 2013
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08
April 2013
Past Event

1015 15th Street, N.W., 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20005

Speakers:
Dr. Scott Gottlieb

Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute; former deputy commissioner, FDA

Tevi Troy

Former Senior Fellow

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Christopher DeMuth

Former Distinguished Fellow

Margaret Anderson

FasterCures

Joe Grogan

Gilead Sciences

Brian Harvey

Pfizer Inc.

Tim Kane

Economist and Research Fellow, Hoover Institution

Coleen Klasmeier

Sidley Austin LLP

Hanns Kuttner

Senior Fellow

Dan Leonard

National Pharmaceutical Council

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Lewis Libby

Distinguished Fellow

Jennifer Luray

BD

Michael Mandel

Progressive Policy Institute

Robert Popovian

Pfizer Inc.

David Tell

Senior Fellow

Marc Tessier-Lavigne

Rockefeller University

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John P. Walters

President and CEO

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Kenneth R. Weinstein

Japan Chair

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Margaret Whitehead

Trustee

Benjamin Zycher

American Enterprise Institute

On April 8, 2013, Hudson Institute’s Initiative on Future Innovation convened a distinguished panel of experts from business, science, public health, law, and the academic world for an off-the-record workshop on a working draft of Reclaiming Innovation in the Life Sciences: Reform FDA, Modernize its Culture by Scott Gottlieb and Tevi Troy Dr. Gottlieb is a physician and resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and formerly served as deputy commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration. Mr. Troy is a visiting fellow at Hudson Institute and former deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Reclaiming Innovation in the Life Sciences — which will be published in final form as the fourth in a series of major research papers by Hudson’s Innovation Initiative, and thereafter available for download on this page — is a careful analysis of procedural rules and regulatory guidelines governing FDA review of proposed new medical treatments and pharmaceutical products, and a prescription for major reform of that system in the interests of improved public health and economic efficiency.

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