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MED 225: Drug Development: From a Concept to the Clinic

This course is designed for medical students, trainees, basic scientists, clinicians and clinician-scientists at Stanford to provide an educational and practical perspective on the essential issues in drug development. Using a blend of seminars and dynamic workshops, the curriculum is focused on educating the audience on all stages of drug development and related research and business processes ¿ from discovery and translational science and how to launch new projects to analyzing data, communication and interpretation of results of clinical trials, regulatory issues and commercial considerations in product development. The emphasis will be on cardiovascular applications. Proposed seminar topics are attached and include How Drugs Are Discovered and Developed, Case Studies of the various challenges in Drug Development, Cardiac Safety, Moving a Compound through the Drug Development Process, and the FDA Advisory Committee Process.
Terms: Win, Spr | Units: 1 | Repeatable 2 times (up to 2 units total)
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