Vice President, International Regulatory Affairs
United States of America
Katherine Bond, Sc.D., is USP’s Vice President, International Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, where she leads a new team to advance the quality of medicines, foods and dietary supplements worldwide. Dr. Bond brings more than twenty years of demonstrated public health leadership experience, in the field and in management. Dr. Bond served as Director of the Office of Strategy, Partnerships, and Analytics, Office of International Programs, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, where she advanced programs and policies to strengthen regulatory systems and supply chain analytics. Prior to public service, Dr. Bond focused her energies on priority public health issues such as health security, infectious diseases and health systems impacting Southeast Asia and Africa in senior positions with Rockefeller Foundation’s Asia Regional Office and Africa Regional Office, and the Mekong Regional Office of PATH. Dr. Bond has also held many consultancies and academic appointments—as both lecturer and researcher—at universities in the United States and abroad. She additionally appears as lead or contributing author on a variety of peer-reviewed research papers and technical documents in areas of regulatory systems strengthening, global health security, health systems, and intervention strategies for specific at-risk populations. Dr. Bond earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Swarthmore College and her Doctor of Science degree from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
|1 FEB, 2018||14:30-16-30 hrs.||PS1.3||Safeguarding Medicines in the Era of AMR: What Do We Know? What Works?|