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14th DIA Japan Annual Meeting 2017

Tokyo Big Sight

8 Key Takeaways from the DIA Advertising and Promotion Regulatory Affairs Conference

By Raleigh E. Malik, PhD, DIA Senior Scientific Liaison Found in: Article, Advertising & Promotion, Marketing & Sales, Medical Communications, Regulatory Affairs

The DIA Advertising and Promotion Regulatory Affairs Conference brought together leaders from FDA, industry, and academia in…

Transitions, Introductions and a Notable Announcement

By J. Rick Turner, PhD Found in: Article, Clinical Research, Regulatory Affairs

It is a pleasure to write this Editorial as the Interim Editor-in-Chief of TIRS, and a privilege to shepherd the journal in the…