Investigational New Drug, IND Review, Basic for INDA, USFDA regulations, Non-clinical study overview, Updating INDA
Developing New Drugs
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The research center's best-known job is to evaluate new drugs before they can be sold. CDER's evaluation not only prevents quackery, but also provides doctors and patients the information they need to use medicines wisely. The center ensures that drugs, both brand-name and generic, work correctly and that their health benefits outweigh their known risks.
Drug companies seeking to sell a drug in the United States must first test it. The company then sends CDER the evidence from these tests to prove the drug is safe and effective for its intended use. A team of CDER physicians, statisticians, chemists, pharmacologists, and other scientists reviews the company's data and proposed labeling. If this independent and unbiased review establishes that a drug's health benefits outweigh its known risks, the drug is approved for sale. The center doesn't actually test drugs itself, although it does conduct limited research in the areas of drug quality, safety, and effectiveness standards.
Before a drug can be tested in people, the drug company or sponsor performs laboratory and animal tests to discover how the drug works and whether it's likely to be safe and work well in humans. Next, a series of tests in people is begun to determine whether the drug is safe when used to treat a disease and whether it provides a real health benefit.
Drug development and approval process:
The mission of FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) is to ensure that drugs marketed in this country are safe and effective. CDER does not test drugs, although the Center's Office of Testing and Research does conduct limited research in the areas of drug quality, safety, and effectiveness.
Some companies submit a new drug application (NDA) to introduce a new drug product into the U.S. Market. It is the responsibility of the company seeking to market a drug to test it and submit evidence that it is safe and effective. A team of CDER physicians, statisticians, chemists, pharmacologists, and other scientists reviews the sponsor's NDA containing the data and proposed labeling.
Investigational New Drug (IND) Application
New Drug Application (NDA)
Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA)
Therapeutic Biologics Applications (BLA)
Drug Applications for Over-the-Counter (OTC) Drugs
Doctors and medical background students
Any life-sciences background are eligible.
Pharmacy Students and professionals (Ph.D, M.Pharma, B.pharma)
Regulatory affairs from Pharma industry can add on Skills in there profile
Benefits of course:
Know about IND application and review process
USFDA regulations for INDA
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Prerequisites: No prerequisites required, only need curiosity towards learning and science background.
Achivements after course:
Certificate of completion.
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Upgrade your skills and knowledge in clinical research.