Senior Toxicologist in Broughton’s consulting team
Expert in non-clinical study selection, regulatory and testing strategies, data gap analysis, labelling requirements, human health risk assessments, and dossier compilation
Extensive knowledge of European regulatory submissions, particularly for chemicals and biocides regulations, as well as plant protection, and Classification Labelling and Packaging regulations
Anas Hussain is a Senior Toxicologist at Broughton, experienced in the non-clinical regulatory requirements for consumer and pharmaceutical product market access; this includes selecting, monitoring, and reporting the appropriate non-clinical toxicology studies, data evaluation, regulatory strategy, and regulatory reporting to support regulatory submissions. Anas holds an honours degree in Physiology and Pharmacology and a master’s degree in Forensic Toxicology from the University of Central Lancashire. He began his career in the pharmaceutical industry, working initially as a Raw Materials Chemist and later as an Analytical Chemist, for two different pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Anas subsequently joined a leading provider of global regulatory consulting services. Working as part of the Science Technical and Regulatory team, Anas supported and facilitated the preparation of REACH registration and BPA dossiers, providing multi-national clients with expert advice on technical aspects of registrations with a focus on toxicology.
Anas Joined Broughton in 2019 to support the team with creating non-clinical strategies in line with regulatory requirements to support entry to market for a range of nicotine-based harm-reduction products. Anas’ analytical and consulting experience, in addition to his toxicology expertise, enhance Broughton’s consultancy and laboratory service offering. Anas is passionate about providing dependable, defendable solutions with integrity to facilitate the success of regulatory submissions.
Anas is a nature enthusiast who loves exploring the outdoors. He also enjoys swimming, golf, and (occasionally) football.