The Centre of Regulatory Excellence (CoRE) is the first dedicated Asian Centre targeted at the needs of the national health regulators, the biomedical industry and pharmaceutical and medical device companies. Formally inaugurated in November 2014, CoRE offers itself as a neutral platform in the academic setting of Duke-NUS Medical School.
The Centre’s mission is to help establish regional platforms and networks to build competencies, enhance collaboration and promote thought leadership in innovative regulatory science and policy within national regulatory agencies, industry and academia. Since its inception, CoRE has organised and hosted key events advancing regulatory excellence and promoting regulatory innovation in ASEAN and Asia-Pacific.
Aligned with the succinct vision of Duke-NUS’ “Transforming Medicine, Saving lives”, CoRE focuses on being a neutral scientific regulatory entity, “Enabling regulatory excellence, Improving lives”. Ultimately, CoRE aims to create an environment in which new healthcare products can be developed, commercialised and delivered to populations across Asia with greater efficacy and safety.
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