Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs in Africa Seminar (London, UK – October 5-6, 2015) (PR Newswire)

| September 1, 2015

DUBLIN, Aug. 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the “Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs in Africa (London, UK – October 5-6, 2015)” conference to their offering.

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs in Africa, including South Africa. Countries to be covered include Algeria, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania,Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe (French speaking Africa will not be covered). The aim of this seminar is to provide you with an understanding of the key areas of regulatory affairs in the region, a focus on the practical aspects to assist with regulatory activities. Also the opportunity for you to participate in interactive discussions and exchange experiences with other delegates.

Topics to be covered at this meeting

– Overview of the Regulatory Requirements within African countries – Company and Product Registration – Practical information on Compiling Dossiers – How to comply with Regulatory Submission Strategy – Recent developments in South Africa – Harmonisation and Co-operation Initiatives in Africa


Salma Ismail

Salma Ismail is CEO of Twinz, Regulatory Affairs Pharmacist Consultants based in South Africa.

Her responsibilities are to evaluate and understand legislation so as to ensure practical implementation within the pharmaceutical industry.

Her experience covers many countries within the SADC region, with particular attention to NCE submission, generic submissions and Biologicals.

Her expertise lies in Regulatory Affairs including Legislation, Technical issues, Marketing Regulations and Training.

Salma is an executive member of SAPRAA (SOUTH African association of pharmacists in regulatory affairs) as well as and executive member of HPASA (Health products association of South Africa).

Salma is also involved in academia by lecturing on relevant pharmaceutical REGULATORY matters in Universities in South Africa.

Makram Nehme

Makram Neme is an independent Regulatory Consultant with Paraxel International, based in the Lebanon. He has more than 8 years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry and is a Regulatory Expert covering the Middle East and North African markets. His experience includes negotiations with the Ministry of Health and Drug Agencies in the region, as well as training of key personnel and he has a proven proven record in regulatory submissions, analysis, product pricing and reimbursement across the MENA region.

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