RegulatoryNo other organization connects regulators to those whose work they regulate like DIA. As a neutral, non-profit association, DIA provides a unique forum that encourages open dialogue among regulators and other thought leaders, fostering critical conversations among regulatory, academia, industry, patient, and payer stakeholders at onsite and online events and other knowledge exchange platforms.


DIA Digital Learning Catalog

DIA Learning Catalog

DIA Learning programs provide unique, realistic opportunities for professionals to learn best practices in their fields with Internet-based courseware, conveniently accessible anytime, anywhere.


Regulatory Affairs Community

DIA Communities

Regulatory Affairs Professionals connect to share non-proprietary global information and best practices for new and emerging regulatory requirements in the development and commercialization of healthcare treatments. Working groups include CMC, Labeling, AdPromo, Regulatory Intelligence, and Regulatory Information Management.

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