Foundation-Funded Research Update: A Novel Skin Cooling Device
A collaborative research team led by Allison Payne, PhD, and Pejman Ghanouni, MD, PhD, recently completed a Foundation-funded research project to develop a novel skin cooling device that can be used with multiple focused ultrasound systems.
Participate Early in an FDA Town Hall Session at the Symposium
You can now submit questions in advance.
We invite your participation in an FDA Town Hall session at our 2020 Symposium
While representatives from the FDA have participated in live Q&A sessions at the Foundation’s previous symposia, the virtual format of the 7th International Symposium on Focused Ultrasound will allow for a new component in the upcoming session: Participants now have the opportunity to pose questions to the FDA’s reviewers, scientists, and management anonymously and in advance.
This will give the panelists additional time to prepare more in-depth answers and will hopefully encourage more detailed and critical questions from Symposium participants.
Prior to the Symposium, the Foundation will anonymously publish all questions and answers online. A panel of FDA experts will then be available on Friday, November 13, 2020, to further discuss these questions and to answer any new questions.
Questions regarding any aspect of the FDA’s function and procedures are welcome. Although the panelists cannot comment on specific submissions, you are encouraged to ask questions related to your past experiences interacting with the FDA or specific questions about the agency’s pathways, programs, and processes. Questions will be routed to the relevant experts based on their content.
Submit your Questions
To help the panel address questions in a way that is relevant to participants, you are kindly requested to complete a short survey along with your questions.
No personal identification information – such as name or company affiliation – is required to complete the survey.