As manager of Pew's drug safety project, Cosel works on federal initiatives to ensure the safety and oversight of the U.S. pharmaceutical supply chain. Prior to joining Pew, Cosel worked on issues of pharmaceutical safety and appropriate prescribing for national advocacy Organization Community Catalyst, and in grassroots development and capacity-building with the Fund for Public Interest Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Cosel received her M.Sc. in human rights from the London School of Economics and a BA from Yale University.
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The Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) of 2013 created a national system in which companies involved in pharmaceutical distribution work together to safeguard the U.S. pharmaceutical supply and protect consumers from compromised or counterfeit drugs. Pharmacies play a critical role in preventing unsafe products from reaching consumers. Read More
On September 2, Pew submitted comments to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in response to draft guidance on the implementation of Title I of the Drug Quality and Security Act. The comments highlight the need for more robust safeguards when compounding occurs on a larger scale and reference the Pew commissioned report “Ensuring the Safety of Compounded Drugs: Study highlights key... Read More
On Monday, August 11, The Pew Charitable Trusts submitted comments on draft guidance documents from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on how supply chain partners will identify and notify other partners of “suspect product,” part of Title II of the Drug Quality and Security Act, Drug Supply Chain Security Act. Read More