Idea to product the process ; [proceedings of the Symposium on Idea to Product: The Process, held November 17 to 20, 1994, Washington, DC] (Book, 1996) [WorldCat.org]
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Idea to product the process ; [proceedings of the Symposium on Idea to Product: The Process, held November 17 to 20, 1994, Washington, DC]

Author: Nancy J Alexander; Serono Symposia
Publisher: New York Berlin Heidelberg Barcelona Budapest Hong Kong London Milan Paris Santa Clara Singapore Tokyo Springer 1996
Series: Proceedings in the Serono Symposia USA series
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The young investigator with an idea has to negotiate many institutional, federal, and industrial challenges in order to get a product to market.

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Genre/Form: Kongress
Konferenzschrift
Additional Physical Format: Online-Ausg.
Idea to Product
New York, NY : Springer New York, 1996
Online-Ressource
(DE-101)1012227790
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy J Alexander; Serono Symposia
ISBN: 0387947426 9780387947426
OCLC Number: 312886992
Notes: Literaturangaben
Description: XV, 199 S. graph. Darst. 24 cm
Contents: I. Introduction.- 1. The Preclinical Research Process.- 2. The Commercial Development Process.- II. Getting Started.- 3. What's Involved in Clinical Research?.- 4. Product Development Partnership: Role of Academia and the NIH.- 5. Identifying Funding Opportunities at the NIH:A Grants Perspective.- 6. Identifying Funding Opportunities at the NIH:A Contract Perspective.- 7.Role of the Institution in Furthering the Young Investigator.- III. Details of Drug Development.- 8. Role of Toxicology in Drug Discovery and Development.- 9. Pharmacokinetics Study.- 10. Formulation of Dosage Forms.- 11. Polymeric Drug Delivery Systems.- 12. What Is a Drug, a Device, a Biological?.- IV. Negotiating the System.- 13. Understanding the Organization and Function of the FDA.- 14. How to Apply for an IND.- 15. What Is a 501(k) and a PMA?.- 16. Patenting and Licensing: An Overview of the Processes.- V. Clinical Investigation.- 17. Pharmaceutical Clinical Development.- 18. FDA Recommendations for Drug Safety Testing.- 19. Decision Strategies in Assessment of Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology: A Paradigm for Safety Evaluation.- 20. What Is Involved in a New Drug Application?.- 21. Institutional Review Boards and Informed Consent.- 22. Postmarketing Surveillance. A Brief Synopsis of Its History and Current Direction.- VI. Business Issues.- 23. I Had an Idea, and I Made It Work: Here's How.- 24. Working with Companies to Market Your Discoveries.- 25. Developing Information for Health-Care Decision Makers.- 26. Getting a Medical Products Business Started.- 27. From Start-Up to Initial Public Offering.- Author Index.- Subject Inde.
Series Title: Proceedings in the Serono Symposia USA series
Responsibility: Serono Symposia, USA, Norwell, Massachusetts. Nancy J. Alexander ; Anne Colston Wentz, ed.
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