‘Never Again’: Shuren Talks COVID-19 Lessons At FDA Small Business Event
Despite insisting that he would never want to relive the stressful days of 2020, US FDA device center chief Jeff Shuren said the pandemic nevertheless led to improvements in regulatory flexibility and communication with industry.
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MDUFA V: Industry, FDA Tangle Over TAP Program, Agency Finances, Reinstatement Of Fifth-Year Offset Funds
In newly published meeting minutes, industry and the US FDA continued to clash over a proposal to create a new pre-submission advisory program and what to do with carryover user-fee funds.
A Chat With Jeff Shuren: FDA Device Center Chief Worries About Agency Staffing; Talks MDUFA V, Pandemic, More
The head of the US agency’s device center spoke with Medtech Insight in an exclusive wide-ranging interview about his priorities for the future, the nuances of the MDUFA V user-fee negotiations, how COVID-19 has changed the agency, and more.