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Tag Archive for Preclinical


Bridging Preclinical and First-in-Human

It’s no surprise that mice are the standard subjects for preclinical research. They are real living things that have real reactions, both positive and negative, to drugs. They’re also not typically associated with the kind of emotional connection that occurs between humans and large pets like cats and dogs. In other ways, however, they are less than ideal. While their…


Can Technology Allay Safety Concerns In Phase I?

The FDA reports that 70% of drugs in Phase I trials ultimately make it to later phases of clinical research1. This number may look impressive until one remembers the primary purpose of a Phase I study: to determine if a treatment is safe and well-tolerated in humans. If 70% of drugs tested in Phase I move on to Phase II,…