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Determination of a drug’s safety profile is perhaps one of the most critical stages of the drug development pathway. Complications and inefficiencies at this late phase of the journey can create costly delays. See the latest resources to help you overcome these common issues.
 

EGUIDES

Investigational New Drug (IND) Development Programs
Standard for Exchange of Nonclinical Data (SEND)

POSTER

Society of Toxicology (SOT) Resource Center – Access our 40 ePosters

WEBINARS

Are You Ready for the Digital Pathology Revolution?
Interchangeability of Southeast Asian Sourced Large Animals and Managing Supply (Available through The Source℠)
Succeeding with New SEND Requirements: Expert Panel Discussion
Unpacking the ERA Guideline Revisions

 

Laboratory sciences is an integral part of drug development, from the earliest stages of nonclinical work, requiring the efficient development and transfer of methods, to produce detailed, on-time data to support decision making. Access the latest resources to stay up-to-date on ADME, metabolites, and the microbiome.
 

POSTER

Using Statistical Analyses to Demonstrate Equivalency Between Automated and Manual Processes to Deliver High Quality In Vitro ADME Data Even Faster

VIDEO

Tackling Program Challenges in Cellular Therapy Research and Development

WEBINARS

Enabling DMPK Science: Delivering In Vitro ADME Data “Even Faster”
The Therapeutic Axis of Microbiome, Inflammation, and Immune Response