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Current Topics in Nonclinical Drug Development Series


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The CRC series "Current Topics in Nonclinical Drug Development Series" explores the critical issues and current topics important in nonclinical drug development. Individual volumes within this series will cover 10-12 individual topics and strategies in drug development from compound characterization to drug registration. The series is designed to be an up-to-date tool and current resource for toxicologists, toxicologic pathologists, consultants, regulators, Study Directors, and nonclinical scientists dealing with day-to-day issues in study design, evaluation of findings, and presentation of data. In addition, the series will serve as an aid to academicians and graduate students pursuing research on nonclinical drug development. Each book within the series will be authored by experts in the field focused on both the art and science of nonclinical drug development and its impact on translational medicine and human safety.

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Current Topics in Nonclinical Drug Development Volume 2

Current Topics in Nonclinical Drug Development: Volume 2

1st Edition

Edited By Philip Bentley, Pritam S. Sahota, Zbigniew Wojcinski
November 09, 2023

The second volume in the CURRENT TOPICS IN NONCLINICAL DRUG DEVELOPMENT SERIES explores the critical issues and current topics in nonclinical drug development. This second volume covers individual topics and strategies in drug development from compound characterization to drug registration. Written...

Current Topics in Nonclinical Drug Development Volume 1

Current Topics in Nonclinical Drug Development: Volume 1

1st Edition

Edited By Pritam S. Sahota, Philip Bentley, Zbigniew W. Wojcinski
December 23, 2020

The inaugural volume in the Current Topics in Nonclinical Drug Development Series explores the critical issues and current topics in nonclinical drug development. This first volume covers individual topics and strategies in drug development from compound characterization to drug registration. ...

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