On November 20th and 21st 2019 in New Delhi, a technical meeting on Current Global Regulatory and Ethical Landscape for CHIM studies including Regional/Global Collaborative Guidance was organized as a side-meeting of the 2019 World Conference on Access to Medical Products: Achieving the SDGs 2030. The meeting brought together international and national delegates for two days of focussed discussion and knowledge sharing on ethical, regulatory and scientific aspects of CHIM studies. Participants included international and national experts from the scientific community, representatives from national and international regulatory agencies and ministries of health, ethics community, social scientists, private sector companies with experience in CHIM studies and representatives from WHO and the Wellcome Trust.
Meeting report can be downloaded here.
- India: Side Meeting on the Current Global Regulatory and Ethical Landscape for CHIM studies [meeting summary]
- Zambia: Development of an Ethical and Regulatory Framework for the Conduct of Controlled Human Infection Studies [Expert Consultation Report]
- Melissa Kapulu: Malaria transmission and human infection studies [Interview@University of Oxford]