FDA Regulation of Genomic Testing: Will Regulation Do More Harm Than Good?   

Hosted by
The Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy

March 17, 2015 ¦ 6-7:00 p.m.
1 NY/NJ CLE Credit Available
Location: Seton Hall Law School



  Complimentary event but   
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The Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy will host a public lecture by Visiting Professor Barbara Evans, Professor of Law and George Butler Research Professor and Director, Center on Biotechnology & Law at University of Houston Law Center. Professor Evans will discuss whether the FDA can regulate genomic testing using the prior century’s medical device regulatory framework, while exploring why the FDA’s recent initiatives have fallen short and why Congressional action will be required if the goal of regulation is enhanced consumer safety, innovation, and the preservation of basic American values.

For more information, please contact Amy Cattafi at 973-642-8190 or amarilys.cattafi@shu.edu

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