Drug Delivery

TRAINING DEVICES – Best Practices & Considerations in Developing Effective Training Devices for Injectable Healthcare Markets

Joe Reynolds says training devices are often used to create consistent onboarding experiences for patients through the use of novel technologies and mechanisms that fully simulate the mechanical aspects of the injection experience. And while these devices appear to be fairly simple at first glance, numerous design and engineering challenges must be addressed.

DELIVERY PLATFORM – Encochleated Drug Formulations: Enhancing Efficacy, Minimizing Toxicity

Roelof Rongen, MBA, MS, indicates drugs for serious fungal and microbial infections currently require IV administration at doses associated with significant toxicity. Orally administered, encochleated formulations of a broad-spectrum of fungicidal and anti-microbial medications may provide delivery of anti-infective drugs at therapeutic levels while minimizing drug-associated side effects.

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11/12/2018

Enable Injections Enters Strategic Partnerships With UCB & Apellis

Enable Injections, Inc., a patient-centric drug delivery combination product company developing advanced wearable devices for subcutaneous delivery of high-volume therapeutics, recently announced it has entered into development agreements with Apellis Pharmaceuticals, and most recently, UCB.

11/1/2018

Verona Pharma Completes Enrollment in Phase 2 Clinical Trial

Verona Pharma plc recently announced it has enrolled the last patient in its Phase 2 clinical trial evaluating the effect of nebulized RPL554 as an add-on to dual therapy using long-acting anti-muscarinic/long-acting beta2-agonists (LAMA/LABA) and triple therapy (LAMA/LABA with an inhaled corticosteroid) in the maintenance treatment of patients with moderate to severe COPD.

10/26/2018

VistaGen Therapeutics Acquires Worldwide Rights to Develop & Commercialize First-in-Class Intranasally Administered Drug

VistaGen Therapeutics Inc. recently announced it has exercised its option to acquire from Pherin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. the exclusive license for worldwide rights to develop and commercialize PH10, a first-in-class, intranasally administered neuroactive steroid (a pherine), with rapid-onset antidepressant effects for treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD) demonstrated in a Phase 2a study