Christopher Milne joined the Center for the Study of Drug Development at Tufts University (Tufts CSDD) in 1998 as a Senior Research Fellow and has published over 100 book chapters, CSDD reports, white papers, and journal articles. Dr. Milne received a BA from Fordham University, an MPH from The Johns Hopkins University, and holds doctoral degrees in veterinary medicine and law, respectively from the UNPHU and UNH School of Law.His research interests include: economic, policy, market access and public health implications of FDA regulations and initiatives; US, EU and Japanese government incentive programs to promote innovation; and, global disease prevalence, demographic and market access factors. He is currently Director of Research at Tufts CSDD, Research Associate Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, formerly a visiting professor at Kyushu University in Japan and the University of Edinburgh, and serves on the editorial boards of Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science and Pharma Focus Asia.
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