- April 22, 2019
Since 2013, the University of Maryland Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation--an FDA grant recipient--and the clinical translational science institute at the University of Rochester have held an annual America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent Competition to spark student interest in the pioneering field of regulatory science. Competing student teams presented a proposed solution to a current regulatory science challenge, aligned with FDA science priorities. Each of the presentations were then evaluated by a panel of judges for the quality, novelty, potential significance, and feasibility of their proposed solutions.
2019 Winning Student Teams
University of Maryland CERSI’s “America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent” Competition Winners
First Place Team: “Never Generic”
Team: Khang Nong, Thomas Adriaens, Kira Aldrich, Uyen Nguyen, and Mary Zhang
Topic: Regulatory standards for the patient privacy of wearable and implantable medical technologies
Second Place Team: “The Crown JUULs of ENDS”
Team: Ana Coutinho, Angela Lee, Bryan Eng, Dongyue Yue, Sharmila Das, and Yuwei Lu
Topic: Standardization of a puff from electronic nicotine delivery systems
University of Rochester’s “America’s Got Regulatory Science Talent” Competition Winner
First Place Team: “My RWD”
Team: Sarah Hackley
Topic: A process to provide individuals increased autonomy over their mobile health data.
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