PMDA offers consultations to give guidance and advice on clinical trials of drugs, medical devices, and cellular and tissue-based products as well as on data for regulatory submissions. In clinical trial consultations for new drugs, PMDA checks whether a proposed clinical trial complies with the requirements for regulatory submission, taking into consideration the ethical and scientific aspects and reliability of the clinical trial as well as the safety of trial subjects, and also gives advice to facilitate the improvement of the clinical trial. Starting in FY 2009, PMDA provides prior assessment consultations, in which its reviewers evaluate data on the quality, efficacy, and safety of a product in the pre-submission stage and
the consultation process constitutes part of the review of the product once the application is submitted.
In addition, PMDA has expanded and improved the consultation menu since FY 2007 so as to meet the various requirements for advice on product development and regulatory submission, in such categories as new medical devices and cellular and tissue-based products
that are developed using state-of-the-art technology.
In order to achieve realization of innovative drugs, medical devices, and regenerative medical products, PMDA launched the Regulatory Science Consultations, mainly for universities, research institutions, and venture companies that possess promising “seed-stage” researches or technologies. In the consultations, advice will be provided on the tests needed in the early product development stage and the necessary clinical trials.
There are a few types of Regulatory Science Consultation as shown in the below figure.
Regarding the fee, we’re offering 90% discount if all the following prerequisites are fulfilled.
For the Regulatory Science consultation,please contact us through following e-mail address;
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In principle, all of the following prerequisites have to be fulfilled.