In this third annual Drug Development & Delivery Respiratory eBook, several companies discuss what they are currently working on to propel the respiratory sector.
WEARABLE PLATFORM – Next-Generation Wearable Drug Delivery: Prefilled Devices Provide a Truly Patient-Centric Solution
Mindy Katz says with increasingly positive expectations for the wearable device market to provide an intuitive and user-friendly drug delivery experience, her company continues to optimize its wearable platform solution, investigating new technologies and processes to improve the offerings for patients and providers.
In this month’s column on formulation development challenges, Jim Huang, PhD, discusses nanosuspensions prepared via the top-down process, ie, the wet milling process.
OPEN INNOVATION PLATFORM – Beyond the Rule of Five: Scouting for Novel Formulation Approaches to Enable the Subcutaneous Application of Molecules With Poor Drug-Like Properties in Preclinical Research – Facilitated Through opnMe.com
Ines Truebenbach, PhD; Menorca Chaturvedi, PhD; Markus Koester, PhD; and Achim Grube, PhD, are looking for proposals that would provide innovative formulation approaches to facilitate the subcutaneous application of bRo5 molecules in a preclinical setting.
Dr. Paul Shields, COO of Enteris BioPharma, discusses the changing face of the CDMO industry and how his company plans to leverage its newly expanded CDMO operations to take advantage of a variety of growth opportunities to build deeper partnerships.
Robert Davidson says there have been significant advances in clinical development of this novel drug delivery system, and the technology is rapidly moving from just a theory to practical real-world application.
PRECLINICAL TESTING – Expanding Opportunities in Implantable Medical Devices With Optimized Preclinical Studies
Jaleel Shujath outlines the growing importance of implantable devices in clinical settings and our daily lives, highlighting the current state of preclinical testing and the regulatory barriers faced by device developers.
Celanese and ThermoFisher Scientific have partnered together to present the value of the VitalDose® EVA drug delivery platform and manufacturing through Hot Melt Extrusion (HME) on September 9, 2021.
Contributor Cindy Dubin explores how device developers and parenteral contract development and manufacturing organizations (CDMOs) are addressing current challenges, as well as advancements in customized device design, the continuous effort to incorporate safety and human factors, and how COVID-19 is shaping the future of the market.
Jim Huang, PhD, reviews how injectable solutions offer an attractive alternative to oral dosage form due to fast onset, reproducible PK/efficacy profile, high bioavailability as a result of bypassing the oral absorption barrier, and suitability of administration under hospital setting.
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Evonik & Stanford University Sign Research Collaboration: Evonik to Market & Develop New Drug Delivery Platform for mRNA & Gene Therapy
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EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW – Poseida Therapeutics: Creating the Next Wave of Cell & Gene Therapies With the Capacity to Cure
Eric M. Ostertag, MD, PhD, Chief Executive Officer of Poseida Therapeutics, discusses the company’s innovative approach to develop safer, more effective, accessible and affordable cell and gene therapies for patients.