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There are new regulations affecting 576 biosimilars in development in the USA and Europe. This workshop will describe the new regulations for the purpose of obtaining delegate comments on whether the new regulations will have a positive or negative impact on biosimilar adoption in the market place. Once the impact is characterized, the workshop will develop several scenarios of biosimilar adoption resulting from the implementation of the new regulations.

  • To learn about the new regulations and the impact on biosimilars adoption
  • To meet the regulatory experts in biosimilars
  • To develop a business plan resulting from the implementation of the new regulations in the USA and/or Europe
  • To find a way to use the new regulations to improve your biosimilars business
     

Job titles include:
CSOs, CMOs, Heads, Directors, Managers, Team Leaders, from the following roles:
-Biopharmaceuticals/ Biotherapeutics
-Follow on Biologics/Follow on Proteins/Biosimilars
-Biologics/Biotechnology/ Biogenerics
-Legal and Regulatory Affairs
-Intellectual Property
-Pricing and Reimbursement
-Clinical operations
-Regulatory Compliance
-Pharmacovigilance
- Drug Safety & Risk Management
-Quality Affairs/ Quality Control
-Drug Development
-Research & Development
-Portfolio Management
-Business Development
-Commercial Affairs and Strategic Planning
 

Workshop programme

13:30 Registration & Coffee

14:00 Opening remarks and introductions

Michel  Mikhail

Michel Mikhail, International Expert in Regulatory Affairs, International Expert in Biosimilars,

14:10 Session 1 - Biosimilar Interchangeability: The newest regulation in the USA

Michel  Mikhail

Michel Mikhail, International Expert in Regulatory Affairs, International Expert in Biosimilars,

In the USA only interchangeable products can be substituted for
the reference product by a pharmacist without the intervention of a health care provider. The interchangeability regulation is in the form of guidance:

  • Interchangeable biologics must be biosimilar to the reference biologic
  • If administered more than once, data must show the safety and effi cacy risks of switching
  • If not administered more than once, justify the omission of a switching study
  • The clinical data must demonstrate switching risk in a ll of the reference biologic’s licensed conditions of use
  • The data must support the “totality of the evidence” and “reduction of residual uncertainty”
  • Switching study design is defined and described in the guidance
  • Guidance describes what is insuffi cient to demonstrate interchangeability
  • The use of post-marketing data from a biosimilar
  • The presentation and design attributes must be the same to enable substitution
  • 14:50 Session 2- The impact of biosimilar interchangeability in the USA

    Michel  Mikhail

    Michel Mikhail, International Expert in Regulatory Affairs, International Expert in Biosimilars,

  • An interchangeability rating may result in the perception that the product is superior in quality to other biosimilars
  • Where will an interchangeable biosimilar have the most impact?
  • How will payors react?
  • Likely competitor response
     
  • 15:30 Afternoon Tea

    16:00 Session 3 - The NOR-SWITCH Study in Europe on Interchangeability

    Michel  Mikhail

    Michel Mikhail, International Expert in Regulatory Affairs, International Expert in Biosimilars,

  • Evaluate the efficacy and safety of switching from innovator infliximab (Remicade) to biosimilar
    infliximab (Remsima)
  • Primary endpoint: disease worsening
  • Secondary endpoint: safety, immunogenicity
  • One time switch
  • 16:40 Highlighting the Differences between EU and USA in Terms of regulatory Requirements

    Michel  Mikhail

    Michel Mikhail, International Expert in Regulatory Affairs, International Expert in Biosimilars,

  • Introducing the 3 R principle to reduce animal studies
  • Introducing the Global reference Product notion
  • Extrapolation of Indications
  • No Interchangeability Requirement: this is in the Member States responsibility
  • Post-marketing surveillance Black triangle in EU
  • 17:20 Closing Remarks

    17:30 End of workshop

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    CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

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