Richard Hughes IV, Member of the Firm, joins a panel discussion, "Vaccines for Adults – Increasing Access and Uptake," at Vaccines – Are Regulatory and Regulatory and Funding Approaches Fit for Purpose for the Next Decade, a two-day workshop hosted by the Centre for Innovation in Regulatory Science (CIRS).

The workshop, which runs from June 13 to 14, is intended to:

    • Review and discuss the changing vaccine landscape and what the opportunities and challenges are within and across development, regulatory, HTA/NITAGs (National Immunization Technical Advisory Groups).
    • Identify critical information gaps and how regulatory and HTA/NITAG systems need to evolve to accommodate new vaccine technologies.
    • Propose options and make recommendations on how to address policy challenges in the development, regulation, HTA and funding for vaccines.

For more information, please visit

Event Detail

Tysons Corner, VA

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