Regulatory Science 532:

Early Stage Drug Development (3.0 units)

Explores the activities involved in transformin an early drug or biological candidate to a drug approved for marketing by regulatory authorities. Recommended preparation: undergraduate degree in pharmacy, medical or independent health sciences, engineering or equivalent mix of post-secondary training and industry experience; enrollment in M.S., Regulatory Science, certificate in Preclinical Drug Development.
    49132D626LectureTBATBA11 of 50Daryl Davies,Eunjoo Pacifici,Frances Richmond,
    Terry David Church
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