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Posted on February 9th, 2016 by Christy J. WilsonPharma R&D
Last month’s announcement that industry giants AstraZeneca, GSK, and Johnson & Johnson had teamed up with three well-regarded UK universities –Imperial College London, University College London, and University of (more…)
Posted on February 8th, 2016 by Joanna AldredChemistry
How sensitive are you to pain? Many women feel that men are more sensitive to pain (or at least make more fuss about it). They often cite childbirth as one of the many reasons females are so much tougher than males. (more…)
Posted on January 26th, 2016 by Betsy DavisPharma R&D
My favorite quote about why drug discovery, despite very productive decades of productivity and innovation, has seemed to have reached the drought is from Ashutosh Jogalekar in Scientific American blog: (more…)
Posted on January 21st, 2016 by Agnieszka FredaPharma R&D
I guess we all worked out that half of the people on this planet are male and the other half are female. If you even sporadically read the papers you must have stumbled upon some sort of article quoting numbers such as (more…)
Posted on January 19th, 2016 by Joyce de LangenPharmacovigilance
EMA Pharmacovigilance Programme Update Issue 6 – Preparing for Business Change
Since July 2014, EMA provides quarterly Pharmacovigilance Programme Updates to Marketing Authorisation Holders (MAHs). (more…)
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