Standard for Exchange of Non-Clinical Data (SEND)
The Standard for Exchange of Non-Clinical Data (SEND) is an implementation of the Study Data Tabulation Model for non-clinical studies. This standard was developed by the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium’s (CDISC) SEND Team for non-clinical data collected from animal toxicology studies. Click here to learn more about the development of the CDISC SEND Implementation Guide Version 3.0.
PCS and BPS Newsletters
Additionally, we are pleased to offer a Biopharmaceutical and Preclinical quarterly newsletter designed to keep you updated on our current projects and further communicate how Charles River can help you achieve your research goals. In each issue, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about our new and existing services, take a closer look at our facilities and meet our expert staff.
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We have established an in vivo screening platform to provide fast and cost-effective screening of compound effects on motor behavior and brain functionality for the study for central nervous system diseases.
We offer a package of well-established, state of the art in vitro mode of action assays that are suitable for early phase biocomparability studies, lot release and stability. These tests can accelerate the time it takes to get a new product ready for market submission.
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The International Bone and Mineral Society (IBMS) and the Japanese Society for Bone and Mineral Research (JSBMR) are excited to sponsor the second joint scientific meeting by the two organizations.
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This full-day seminar encompasses selected topics from our Charles River Short Course on Laboratory Animal Science. We would like to acknowledge Michigan State University for hosting this event and extend our heartfelt thanks to guest speaker Dr. Danielle Ferguson.
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