FDA's Advisory Committees provide independent advice from outside experts on issues related to human and veterinary drugs, biological products, medical devices, and food. In general, advisory committees include a Chair, several members, plus a consumer, industry and sometimes a patient representative. Additional experts with special knowledge may be added for individual meetings as needed. Although the committees provide advice to the agency, final decisions are made by FDA.
Each FDA-TRACK program area collects, analyzes, and reports its performance measures and results. Explore the progress Advisory Committees are making towards it's goals below:
A. Fill advisory committee positions with qualified individual
A.Seek to minimize the potential for conflicts of interests for advisory committee meeting participants
Note: The data provided on this website is produced on an ongoing basis for performance management purposes and is subject to change due to updates of preliminary estimates, corrections, or other reasons. In addition, FDA may change the type or amount of data provided on this website at any time.