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Posted on November 4th, 2016 by Betsy Davis in Pharma R&D
In our data-driven age, bioinformatics companies like Innovative Informatica Technologies have a great deal to offer the industry and boast the potential to do amazing things in drug discovery. Syed Hussain Basha, Founder & CEO of this ambitious start-up, reveals what the company is currently working on.
Predictions, Modelling and Simulations: Their role in R&D decision-making is more “what” than “how”?
Posted on August 8th, 2016 by Dr Andrew A. Parsons in Pharma R&D
“Predictions are difficult, especially when they are about the future”, a statement attributed to the Noble laurate Niels Bohr is very true. Despite these difficulties, the Pharma industry has built a range of predictive models to understand a range of drug actions including toxicity, disposition, elimination and efficacy. Continue reading “Predictions, Modelling and Simulations: Their role in R&D decision-making is more “what” than “how”?” »
Posted on July 15th, 2016 by Christy J. Wilson in Pharmacovigilance
Pharmaceutical companies increasingly are adopting “proactive pharmacovigilance” and other strategies to help ensure the safety of a new entity as early as possible in the discovery/development process. Continue reading “When drugs collide ….” »
Posted on July 1st, 2016 by Thibault Geoui in Pharma R&D
We’ve all heard how expensive it is to bring a drug to market. Depending on who you ask, the costs have risen somewhere between USD 1.6 and 2.6 billion. Continue reading “How Better Data is Reducing Drug Development Costs” »