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Dr. Janice M. Soreth MD

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Local Address:  Canary Wharf , London , United Kingdom
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  • MD
  • B.A.
    Temple University
  • M.D. degree
    University of Pittsburgh
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The Walpole Lectures : MarketKey, 9 Jan 2012 [cached]
Janice M. Soreth
Janice M. Soreth
Deputy Director, FDA Europe Office
Janice Soreth is Deputy Director of the US FDA's Europe Office, coordinating FDA activities in Europe for medical products (human and veterinary drugs, biologics, and devices). She is seconded to the European Medicines Agency and resides in London. She directed FDA's Division of Anti-Infectives and Ophthalmology from 2000-2007 and served as a general internist in the US Public Health Service.
Antibiotic Resistance, 18 Nov 2011 [cached]
In the absence of other symptoms, fluid in the middle ear usually doesn't bother children, and it almost always goes away on its own without treatment, says Janice Soreth, M.D., director of the FDA's Division of Anti-Infective Drug Products. "It usually does not need to be treated with antibiotics unless it is accompanied by additional signs or symptoms or it lasts a couple of months." If your doctor does not prescribe an antibiotic for your child, do not insist on one. Taking an antibiotic when it is not necessary can be harmful. It increases the risk of getting an infection later that antibiotics cannot kill. Instead, "observe your child," says Soreth. "If symptoms change, call your doctor to seek further help. Symptoms to watch for include fever, irritability, decreased appetite, trouble sleeping, tugging on the ear, or complaints of pain. "If symptoms occur, it doesn't mean the doctor misdiagnosed the condition," says Soreth.
Worldandnation: FDA approves first of new class of antibiotic, 26 Jan 2004 [cached]
"This drug is an important contribution to the cache of drugs that doctors can use to treat serious infections," said Dr. Janice M. Soreth, director of the division of anti-infection drug products at the FDA.
PSA 2011 Biographies, 20 Sept 2011 [cached]
Linda Heitzman | Navjot Singh, PhD | Jose-Carlos Gutiérrez-Ramos | Christopher Haskell, PhD | Kathleen Mullinix | Ajay Dhankhar, PhD | Bruce Booth, DPhil | Paul Laikind, PhD | Mahmood Ladha | Marcus Wilson | George Scangos | Ben Bonifant | Robert Hershberg, MD, PhD | Fred Paster | Milayna Subar, MD | Jerry McMahon, PhD | David M. Reese, MD | David DeMarco | Dennis Urbaniak | Kim Park | David Holveck | Lamberto Andreotti | Adele Gulfo | Wael Fayad | David Quigley | Riad el Dada | Gillian Woollett, DPhil (moderator) | Diem Nguyen, PhD | Michael Kamarck | James Roach, MD | Janice M. Soreth, MD | Jacquelyn Nicholson | Håkan Björklund, PhD | Ian Tomlinson | Kristin Peck | Tom Heyman | Jeremy M. Levin | Barbara Yanni | Iain D. Miller, Ph.D. | Nic Dracopoli, PhD | Risa Stack, PhD | Michael Pellini
Janice M. Soreth, MD - Back to Schedule Deputy Director, FDA Europe Office Liaison to EMA
Janice Soreth grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and obtained her B.A. from Temple University in 1978, graduating summa cum laude with honors in biology. She went to work as a research technician at the Wistar Institute in the rabies program of Hilary Koprowski and Tad Wiktor. In 1983, Janice received the M.D. degree from the University of Pittsburgh, and following training in internal medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center, she practiced in the US Public Health Service on the island of Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia. She then accompanied her family to Ulan Bator, for the opening of the first US diplomatic mission to Mongolia in 1988. Upon returning to the United States, she took up the practice of medicine with Kaiser Permanente in suburban Washington, D.C. Dr. Soreth joined the US Food & Drug Administration in 1990 as a Medical Officer. She directed the Division of Anti-Infective and Ophthalmology Products from 2000 to 2007. She has experience as well in the Office of Vaccines and the Office of Combination Products. In December 2008, Dr. Soreth was selected to open FDA's first Office in London. She serves in a liaison capacity, seconded to the European Medicines Agency on Canary Wharf, to help coordinate FDA activities throughout Europe for medical products- human and veterinary drugs, biologics, and devices. She resides in London.
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