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Changes to the TMQA team

We are delighted to announce that Lynsay McTaggart has been promoted to a Senior Associate specialising in GLP and GMP.  Sadly, Fiona Connolly has now left TMQA to pursue a career as a CRA.  We wish Fiona all the best in her new job.

TMQA has been selected to exhibit at the SQA Annual Meeting

We are delighted to have been selected as an exhibitor at the 31st SQA Annual Meeting.

This is the third year running TMQA have exhibited at this event and it gives our team a great opportunity to meet existing and potential clients as well as the chance attend informative sessions on a broad variety of topics in GLP, GCP and GMP.


MHRA website moves to

As of 28 January 2015, the MHRA website can be found on the website. The official MHRA web address is: As part of the move, the content of MHRA has been rewritten so it is easier and clearer to understand. Bookmarks and saved links to the old MHRA website will still take you to the information you need. You’ll automatically be redirected to the relevant content on

MHRA helps Eisai develop its first European site

The MHRA has helped the Japanese pharmaceutical company, Eisai, to develop its first European research and production site. This is the third case study by the Innovation Office at the MHRA.  The Innovation Office was established in 2013 to help support the UK Prime Minister’s Life Sciences strategy and was developed as a place that those developing medicines and devices could turn to if they didn’t know who to contact at the MHRA for advice.

In the case of Eisai, by involving the MHRA inspectorate early in the design stage of their research and production site, it ensured that the development met the regulatory requirements for the type of site, which included a number of innovative concepts and design philosophies.  The MHRA helped by: attending advisory meetings to facilitate quick decision making; reviewing the conceptual approach to make sure it was on the right track; providing invaluable feedback at an early stage; helping Eisai to mitigate risk and avoid expensive changes to design later on in the process; working to support Eisai in ensuring compliance.