USP is committed to collaborating with other scientific thought leaders to address current public health challenges and improve the quality of and access to medicines worldwide. We believe that together we can create a better future.
USP extends partnerships with global pharmacopeias to strengthen quality standards, collaborate on known public health challenges, share expertise, and participate in joint standard-setting and harmonization activities.
- BP and USP formalize partnership to strengthen quality of medicines and public health
- USP and Chinese Pharmacopeia extend partnership to improve medicines quality and patient safety
Dietary Supplements Quality Collaborative
The Dietary Supplements Quality Collaborative is a diverse group of national stakeholder organizations across the public health spectrum representing consumers, practitioners, manufacturing industry, research, standard-setting, and academic organizations committed to advancing the quality and safety of dietary supplements in the United States, ultimately helping protect the public’s health. Learn more
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
USP is supporting the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Life Sciences Innovation Forum (LSIF), a government and industry platform for 21 economies around the Pacific, to disseminate best practices, standards, and guidance that improve the quality and security of global pharmaceutical supply chains. Learn more
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)
USP and the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) have been collaborating to strengthen quality standards and regulations to help improve access to quality food and dietary supplements for people in India. The activities proposed under their Memorandum of Understanding include training programs on the standards-setting process and scientific exchange programs. Learn more
International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council of India
USP India is an active member of International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council of India and participates in their initiative to review standards published by various pharmacopeias to strengthen the quality of excipients manufactured worldwide and protect public health to support USP’s mission.