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TOPRA elects new President

The global professional regulatory affairs body, TOPRA, has elected Dr Zubair Hussain as president and announced its new Board

Head of country regulatory affairs at Pfizer, Dr Zubair Hussain, has been elected president of The Organisation for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (TOPRA).

TOPRA is the global body specifically aimed at regulatory affairs in the healthcare sector. Dr Hussain will lead an international board that includes new president–elect Dr David Jefferys.

The new Board was announced during the TOPRA Review of the Year at the 2010 Annual Symposium in London on October 4, 2010.

Commenting on his appointment, Dr Hussain said: "I'm delighted to work with my fellow Board members as president of TOPRA. We all are excited about the strategic direction of our organisation, which has become so respected in recent years. Partnering with our membership and stakeholders alike, we will provide opportunities not just for education, networking and career development, but also for reward and recognition of excellence in regulatory professionals whose work helps to protect and benefit the health of patients.

"We need to ensure that TOPRA continues to be seen as the must-belong-to global organisation for all regulatory professionals, increasing the understanding of regulatory affairs throughout the healthcare industry and encouraging new people into the profession."

Dr Hussain will be one of the contributors for the January/February 2011 edition of PME.

13th October 2010

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