MA to manufacture the commercial drug product octreotide for a person in europe.

‘Receiving AIFA qualification demonstrates AMRI’s continued commitment to supply customers with items that meet the highest requirements for quality, regulatory, protection and environmental compliance,’ said AMRI Chairman, President and CEO Thomas E. D’Ambra, Ph.D. ‘AMRI remains vigilant in its quality practices to ensure that the same level of excellence is delivered and adhered to at all times at all locations around the world.’.. AMRI’s Burlington facility granted AIFA acceptance to manufacture octreotide AMRI announced today that it has received authorization from the Italian Medicines Agency because of its facility in Burlington, MA to manufacture the commercial drug product octreotide for a person in europe .Rinaldi, M.D., Peter S. Fail, M.D., Richard W. Smalling, M.D., Ph.D., Robert Siegel, M.D., Geoffrey A. Rose, M.D., Eric Engeron, M.D., Catalin Loghin, M.D., Alfredo Trento, M.D., Eric R. Skipper, M.D., Tommy Fudge, M.D., George V. Letsou, M.D., Joseph M. Massaro, Ph.D., and Laura Mauri, M.D. For the EVEREST II Investigators: Percutaneous Repair or Surgery for Mitral Regurgitation.. ATA announces five recipients of 2011 thyroid cancer research grants The American Thyroid Association announced the five recipients of its 2011 research grants, each of whom will receive up to $25,000 for up to two years annually. Three of the five recipients were awarded particular ATA ThyCa grants for studies that focus on thyroid cancer. These grants are funded by ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors, Inc.