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IPPH 521 - Drug Development
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College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Health Sciences IPPH 521 - Drug Development
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Course Information

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PHAD 501
Semesters: Summer, Fall, Spring
Catalog description:

A review of drug discovery and drug development, with emphasis on the regulatory aspects of these activities. Animal preclinical research and human clinical research are discussed in detail. In addition, the process for the assembly of an IND and NDA is discussed along with the Phases (I,II,III) of human clinical trials. The CMC (chemistry manufacturing and control) aspects of drug development are presented along with ICH documents and manufacturing process analytical technologies. The course concludes with a brief review of international regulatory issues and patents.

Course Staff

Instructors: Stephen Robert Byrn, Kari L. Clase
Supporting Staff: Mary Ellen Hurt


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