(funded project #2)
The Second National Aquaculture INAD/NADA Coordinator Funded Project - Facilitated by Ted R. Batterson
- Ensure effective communications among groups involved with Investigational New Animal Drug/New Animal Drug Applications (INADs/NADAs), including Canada.
- Serve as an information conduit between INAD/NADA applicants and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM).
- Identify and encourage prospective INAD participants to become involved in specific investigational studies and NADA approval-related research.
- Seek the support and participation of pharmaceutical sponsors for INAD studies and NADAs and coordinate with INAD/NADA sponsors to achieve CVM approval more quickly.
- Guide prospective and current INAD holders on the format for INAD exemption requests and related submissions to CVM.
- Identify existing data and remaining data requirements for NADA approvals.
- Review, record, and provide information on the status of INADs and NADAs.
- Encourage and seek opportunities for consolidating the INAD/NADA applications.
- Coordinate educational efforts on aquaculture drugs as appropriate.
- Identify potential funding sources for INAD/NADA activities.
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This project was comprised of several grants which are listed below.
|Project Outline (pdf)||Grant Date||Grant Amount||Grant Number||Grant Report|
|Outline||9/1/05 - 8/31/06||
|Outline||9/1/06 - 8/31/08||
|Outline||5/15/08 - 5/14/09||
Project Number: 2