K-State Offers New Course on Regulation of Animal Drugs, Vaccines

The course begins this fall and is available through distance learning or on the K-State Olathe campus.

Kansas State University has added a new course focusing on the regulation of animal drugs and vaccines. “Regulatory Aspects of Drug and Vaccine Development in the Animal Health Industry” begins this fall and is available through distance learning or on the K-State Olathe campus.

The course, as described by the university, will explore the topic of regulations associated with animal health product development and manufacturing. Topics for discussion will include an overview of the regulatory affairs process in the United States and other countries, drug and vaccine classifications and the approval process, drug and vaccine efficacy and safety testing, human and environmental safety issues and future challenges and current industry needs, among other topics.

The course is designed for the non-expert to understand go-to-market guidelines associated with animal health product development and manufacturing. Guest lecturers will include senior executives in leading animal health companies who routinely deal with regulatory product development guidelines.

For details, visit the K-state Olathe website.

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