Podcasts

Regulatory Landscapes in CGT with Sabrina Mogle—ASGCT's The Issue

Listen now! - March 26, 2024

In this episode, Dr. Walsh Martin talks to Sabrina Mogle about dedicating her career to the orphan drug and advanced therapy space, and how helping clients navigate regulatory conversations on the path from idea to BLA keeps her motivated today.

Join Emily Walsh Martin, PhD for an in-depth interview with Sabrina Mogle, co-founder of RareMoon Consulting. They talk about what drove her to dedicate her career to the orphan drug and advanced therapy space, and how helping clients navigate regulatory conversations on the path from idea to BLA keeps her motivated today. They also discuss her advice for clients in interacting with regulators given the evolving CBER and global regulatory landscape.

Do they make it through the whole episode without either providing the standard regulatory wisdom of  “it depends”? Listen to find out!

Have you registered for the ASGCT Annual Meeting yet? Meet us in Baltimore, May 7-11, for the only must-attend event in cell and gene therapy. There’s no better place to deep dive in this field than the ASGCT Annual Meeting—you will not find the same breadth or depth of CGT research anywhere in the world. Check out the full program and learn more about the meeting at www.annualmeeting.asgct.org.

Music by: https://www.steven-obrien.net/
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Bright New Morning - Steven O'Brien

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