RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – The Burroughs Wellcome Fund is pleased to announce the recipients of the latest round of the Innovation in Regulatory Science Award.
BWF’s Innovation in Regulatory Science Awards provides up to $500,000 over five years to academic investigators developing new methodologies or innovative approaches in regulatory science that will ultimately inform the regulatory decisions by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and others.
“Each project focuses on a distinct challenge facing the regulatory science community, and each has the potential to change the way regulatory agencies assess a variety of issues,“ said Dr. Kelly Rose, BWF program officer. “Regulatory science is an important yet underfunded area that could lead to revolutionary changes in the development and testing of new products in the drug, medical device, and food safety arenas.”
The 2021 recipients of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund’s Innovation in Regulatory Science Award are:
Amrita Basu, PhD
University of California-San Francisco
Developing a Toxicity Framework using Patient-Reported Outcomes in Breast Cancer Clinical Trials
John F P Bridges, PhD
Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health
Advancing methods for measuring patient preferences in regulatory science
Abraham Joy, PhD
University of Akron
A screening tool for predicting immune response to polymers designed for soft implantable devices
Laine Thomas, PhD
Innovative Biostatistical Methods for Analysis and Assessment of Clinical Trials Augmented by Real World Data
Carole Yauk, PhD
University of Ottawa
Revolutionizing mutagenicity testing and assessment through the use of a novel error-corrected sequencing technology
Meredith Zozus, PhD
University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio
Unlocking and Evaluating Real-World Data for Use in Regulatory Decision Making
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