Planning a meeting at the FDA White Oak Campus? Download our multi-page Guide to FDA White Oak now and be prepared.
Planning a meeting at the FDA White Oak Campus? Download our multi-page Guide to FDA White Oak now and be prepared!
Meetings the FDA White Oak Campus can be intimidating – take away some of the stress by reviewing our Guide to the FDA’s White Oak Campus. Be prepared for this unique facility with the following information:
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Planning for an FDA meeting, especially and Advisory Committee meeting, is scary enough! Be the star of your team and know the ins and outs of the campus before you even get there!
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