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Suzanne M. Sensabaugh
Suzanne M. Sensabaugh is President and Principal Consultant of Hartmann Willner, where she is a regulatory affairs consultant who provides professional advice to clients.
The HartmannWillner Difference
Navigating the FDA regulatory process can be challenging. We are a boutique FDA biologics consulting group specializing in biologics, biosimilars, biotechnology, and biologic device combination products. Our ex-FDA knowledge gives us a unique strength in understanding these complex requirements to guide your biologic to FDA approval. Our insight gained from developing biologics and gaining approval while working in the pharmaceutical industry allows us to understand regulatory issues from the other side to find solutions to regulatory hurdles. We work as a team partnering with our client and FDA colleagues to meet your commercial goals.
You’ll receive over 30 years of FDA regulatory experience focused on biologics, biosimilars, biotechnology, and biologic device combination products to advise you every step of the way. Since 2009, we have advanced the development of over 130 biologics and biosimilars.
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When you hire us, you’ll work with us. Our product won’t be transferred to a regulatory consultant with less experience.
We Speak Your Language
You won’t have to go through the business development maze to speak to someone who understands your complex regulatory and scientific issues. We’ll work with you in putting in place a budget and plan of action specific to these needs.
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The FDA recently released this guidance to detail the agency’s recommendations for the design and evaluation of comparative analytical studies to demonstrate that a proposed therapeutic protein product is biosimilar to a reference product licensed under section 351(a) of the Public Health Service Act (PHS Act).
Furthermore, the guidance includes recommendations for sponsors concerning scientific and technical information for the chemistry, manufacturing, and controls (CMC) areas of the marketing application for a proposed product…
The purpose of this guidance is to aid sponsors by showcasing that a proposed therapeutic protein product can be exchanged with a reference product for the intentions of submitting a marketing application or supplement under section 351 (k) of the Public Health Service Act (PHS Act).
On September 4, 2018, FDA held a public hearing to hear comments from different stakeholders on FDA’s Biosimilar Action Plan (BAP).
Biological products have historically been approved under two laws: The Public Health Service Act (PHS Act) through a Biologics License Application (BLA) and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) through a New Drug Application (NDA). Biological products are “licensed” under the PHS Act and “approved” under the FD&C Act.
Biological products are “licensed” under the PHS Act and “approved” under the FD&C Act. The Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009 (BPCI Act) mandated that biological products…
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