Janis Bernat joined IFPMA in 2006 to work with the Vaccines Committee and Influenza Vaccine Supply Task Force. She leads regulatory team and is responsible for the organization’s regulatory and science policy as well as technical work in the areas of pharmaceutical quality. Janis holds degrees in agriculture, food science, and mass communications from several US universities. Prior to joining IFPMA, she worked for a US-based multi-national food company in quality assurance and regulatory compliance.
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