“Going to panel” can make or break a new technology or company. An FDA Advisory Committee meeting is the culmination of much time, effort, and money. The outcome can determine whether a product makes its way to market or not. Knowing the procedures, learning from past experience, and understanding the participants and attendees and their roles, biases, and objectives are all critically important in helping a company most effectively prepare the most persuasive case while providing for possible contingencies. In this unique workshop, experienced professionals share experiences and best practices for preparing for and conducting a medical device panel meeting.
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