Learn the regulatory, commercial, and scientific considerations to bring a both a small molecule and large molecule drug successfully to market. This course illustrates the corporate decision-making process with personal accounts, giving participants unique insight into strategic development. Learn from a dynamic industry expert what it takes to get a molecule from the bench into the marketplace.
Instructor: Simon Tulloch, MD. Chief Medical Officer of Faraday Pharmaceuticals
Explore the regulatory, commercial, and scientific factors of the drug development process. Features both small molecule drugs and biologics. Our industry expert illustrates the corporate decision-making process with personal accounts, which gives you a unique insight into strategic development. Register now.
Learn the foundational science that forms the backbone of the biopharma industry. This course was designed for the non-scientist who wants to better understand how basic biology informs the development of biopharma products.
Five Course Takeaways:
- Fluency in the essential terminology of the biopharma industry.
- Understanding of the science driving your company or client’s products.
- Improved ability to communicate with colleagues and stakeholders.
- Determination of where your organization “fits” in the health care landscape.
- Explanation of innovative therapies within the biopharma industry.
Instructor: Collins Jones, PhD
The COVID-19 crisis has shown the world that new medicine development skills are needed to solve many problems faced by the world. At the Drug Development Boot Camp® we are training new medicine developers, who want to make a difference.
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Now in our 11th year, and our first year as an exclusively virtual event, our Clinical Quality Oversight Forum continues to provide clinical quality, operations, and compliance professionals with current and relevant information related to overseeing the quality of your trial through the management of your clinical partners and sites.