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Target Product Profile

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Collaboration

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Development Plan

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Organizational Support

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Unmet Needs

A specific clinical problem faced by a well-defined target population

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Target Product Profile

Desired clinical and commercial attributes of a proposed product

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Collaboration

Multidisciplinary team to identify and address research and development opportunities and challenges

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Development Plan

Key research and development milestones with expected resource needs

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Meaningful support to identify, nurture and grow promising innovations

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03Oct

Medical Device Veteran’s Advice on Industry-Academia Collaboration

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How do academic researchers identify industry partners that can help translate their innovations into useful products? What should you expect in a collaboration with industry? Walter Ryan Cook Medical Walter Ryan, Director of Business Development at Cook Medical, shares insights into the keys to a successful research and development collaboration between industry and academia. Through a series of three brief videos... Read More →
19May

Target Product Profile Example for Drug Development – Part 2

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One of the best ways to focus your technology and product development efforts is to use a Target Product Profile (TPP).  In the second of this series of articles, we provide Part 2 of a TPP most relevant for drugs development. You can read about and download Part 1 here.

The TPP becomes a living reference document for the most current information on the indication for use, formulation and drug product characteristics, pre-clinical and clinical study... Read More →

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