About this Blog
Collaborate to Innovate aims to further public conversation about health care product development, life cycle management, regulatory and patient access. We offer expert insight on current trends, fresh perspective on timely industry news, as well as commentary and discussion of noteworthy articles published in DIA’s member publications: Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science (TIRS) and Global Forum.

About Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science
Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science (TIRS) is the official journal of DIA, publishing bi-monthly. One of the top-rated benefits DIA members receive, TIRS advances health care product discovery, development, regulation, and use through the publication of peer-reviewed articles and commentaries across the spectrum of converting biomedical science into practical solutions to advance human health.

Click here to learn more about TIRS, read the current issue or browse our archives.

About Global Forum
DIA’s digital member magazine offers expert global and regional coverage of the discovery, development, regulation, surveillance, and marketing of health care products, including interviews with thought leaders and topical summaries from educational events. 

Click here to learn more about Global Forum, read the current issue, or browse our archives.

About DIA
DIA is the global forum for knowledge exchange that fosters innovation to raise the level of health and well-being worldwide. Learn more about DIA at: http://www.diaglobal.org/en/about-us.

The opinions expressed in this blog are the opinions of the individual author and may not reflect the opinions of the Drug Information Association, the TIRS Editorial Board, or any individual member. Links to external sources are provided solely as a courtesy to our blog visitors. We are not responsible for and do not endorse or warrant in any way any materials, information, goods or services available through such linked sites or any privacy or other practices of such sites.

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