August 18, 2011 – The Food and Drug Administration has released its "Strategic Plan for Regulatory Science," defined as "the science of developing new tools, standards and approaches to assess the safety, efficacy, quality and performance of FDA-regulated products."
One of eight priority areas is substantially enhancing FDA's information technology infrastructure. Better IT will open opportunities to better monitor adverse trends and disease outbreaks; combine data from multiple clinical trials, preclinical work and postmarket studies; evaluate and compare the safety and effectiveness of products; host genomics data; and conduct large scale data- and text-mining for research purposes, according to the agency.
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