Hillel P. Cohen, PhD

Hillel P. Cohen, PhD, is executive director of scientific affairs at Sandoz, helping to explain the principles of biosimilars and biosimilar policies to the healthcare community, patient advocacy groups, and health authorities. He has published and given presentations in the areas of biosimilar education, switching, interchangeability, naming, and safety. Cohen led Sandoz in its efforts on the first biosimilar presentation (Zarxio) to an FDA advisory committee and participated in the Biosimilar User Fee Amendments of 2017 negotiations on behalf of industry. He is active in biosimilar trade associations and helped cofound the Biosimilars Forum, where he is currently cochair of the education committee. He is also a member of the education and regulatory committees of the Biosimilars Council, a division of the Association for Accessible Medicines.
Given the extended time necessary to do the additional required study and the reality that some may not prescribe or be willing to take a biosimilar unless it has an interchangeability designation, Sandoz is concerned that the separate regulatory designation of "interchangeability" will delay patient access to these therapeutic options.
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