[Fully booked] ECCT Joint Pharmaceutical, Medical devices, Cosmetics, Retail and Distribution Committees Lunch with TFDA Director-General Wu Shou-Mei 衛福部食品藥物管理署 吳秀梅 署長
[Updated] JOINT ECCT Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices, Cosmetics and Retail & Distribution committees Event
Lunch with the TFDA Director-General
2019 TFDA Perspective on Drugs, Medical Devices, Cosmetics and Food
Dr. Wu Shou-mei, Director-General, Food & Drug Administration, Ministry of Health & Welfare (MOHW)
衛福部食品藥物管理署 吳秀梅 署長
12:00 – 14:00, Monday, 25 February 2019
Venue: Grand Hyatt Taipei, Residence one / 台北君悅大飯店1樓 君寓ㄧ
1F, 2 Song Shou Road, Taipei / 台北市信義區松壽路2號
The regulatory system for the safety and quality of drugs, medical devices, cosmetics and food is critical to enhancing public health and industry development. 2019 will see ongoing crucial regulatory system reforms under the authority of the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA), such as the introduction of Patent Linkage system in drugs, reforms of acts concerning both cosmetics and medical devices and regulations that could complement integrated sustainability policies in Taiwan. At this event, our guest speaker will give an overview of how the TFDA will proceed to formulate and implement policies in 2019 and further improve administrative efficiency for the benefit of Taiwan residents as well as stimulating foreign investment and trade.
In addition to Director-General Wu, officials from different divisions of the TFDA will be present and interact with members at the lunch. This will provide an excellent opportunity for members to engage with senior TFDA officials, exchange ideas and explore ways to increase cooperation between the ECCT and the TFDA.
This event is open to all ECCT members and should be of special interest to members in Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, Cosmetics and Retail & Distribution committees.
[Updated] This event will be conducted in English.
About the speaker
Dr. Wu Shou-mei 吳秀梅 is the Director-General of the Food & Drug Administration (TFDA) under the Ministry of Health & Welfare (MOHW). She has had a distinguished academic career with posts both in Taiwan and overseas. At Kaohsiung Medical University she was previously Professor of the School of Pharmacy, Director of the Department of Fragrance and Cosmetic Science and Dean of the College of Pharmacy. She has also been a visiting fellow at the School of Chemistry, the University of Virginia in the United States and the School of Pharmacy at Tokushima University in Japan. She holds a PhD in pharmaceutical analysis from Kaohsiung Medical University.