Int. Journal of Drug Development
Locum International Press
Each volume contains eight issues per year
The International Journal of Drug Development
Designed for pharmaceutical researchers in the NDA CMC (chemistry manufacture
control) and drug development sectors including detailed aspects of NDA/ANDA
(bio/pivotal) and commercial validation batch manufacture. Reviews key
CMC processes and drug product parameters.
A forward looking peer reviewed journal that is relevant from the bench
to the boardroom. Addresses the most up-to-date developments in CMC technology.
An essential first read for drug development chemists and scientists
working in CMC arena of NDAs and ANDAs. An excellent source of know-how
information on the nuts-and-bolts of today's drug development pipeline.
Key know-how on CDER and OGDs expectations of the bio/pivotal batch manufacture
highlighting side-by-side batch comparisons between bio/pivotal regulatory
batch lots and commercial validation batches.
A comprehensive new forum filled with essential drug development data
associated with CMC and on Generic Drug Development, manufacture, quality
assurance and control.
Each issue targets a specific dosage form detailing developmental and
scale-up topics. Each Journal issue contains material dedicated to the
review of a specific dosage form and specific development and scale-up
This Journal features drug development articles, technical reviews, procedural
checklists, SOPs and Side-by-Side specification comparisons of all major
dosage form parameters ranging from A (actives) to V (validation).
A primary source journal to fill the ever changing information gap for
CMC and Generic Drug Development. The Journal highlights a multidisciplinary
approach between all key development and production departments.
80 - 95 pp illustrated
b/w & color
Availability - Print
$1499.00 - Print Edition (airmail print edition worldwide)
$1699.00 - Corporate single license single campus - (Print)
$1999.00 - Corporate multiple-user license - (print edition maximizes
distribution and readership for multiple campus forms).