Courtney Stachowski is a Program Manager with over 10 years of experience in public health and reproductive health. She currently serves as a Program Manager at Catalyst Global (formerly WCG Cares), managing its portfolio of regulatory affairs activities. Prior to joining Catalyst Global in 2016, Courtney earned her Masters in Public Health at Emory University and worked in various research capacities at Dartmouth College, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Johns Hopkins University.
Regulatory requirements for product registration can be overwhelming. They’re complex, vary by country, and frequently change. We know they’re important (safe medicines, yes!), but what does it actually take to get a product from the ...
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