Delivery Options to Support Dose Escalation in Preclinical Toxicology and Pharmacodynamic Activity Studies

September 24, 2015
Session 9 of the Drug Design and Delivery Symposium

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Adjusting the dose of a medication does not always have the anticipated effect. At times, “inactive ingredients” in drug formulations don’t always remain inactive, particularly when high doses are used to boost drug exposure. Join Evan Thackaberry as he shares how to develop an understanding of acceptable drug delivery approaches to support preclinical dose escalation studies. 

What You Will Learn

  • The critical attributes of preclinical formulations.
  • How the requirements for preclinical formulations change over the lifespan of a drug development program.
  • The key differences between preclinical and clinical formulations.

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