WHAT WILL YOUR CRO PARTNER WANT TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR DERMAL RESEARCH PROGRAM?
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In preparation for your nonclinical dermal study, the study design phase is critical to delivering relevant and accurate data. The research team must consider all possible questions that have the potential to affect the overall program.
Whether you are a large corporation reformulating an existing drug product to improve the patient experience, or a small company with an API that holds promise for a new therapeutic, your CRO partner should thoroughly understand your program and be able to provide the guidance and resources needed to support it.
In order to design and execute the most appropriate studies, your CRO partner should discuss these matters with you during initial conversations to ensure the scope of the study is fully understood and that your needs can be supported.
- What does your clinical plan look like?
- How to determine your developmental timeline?
- What your research partner will need to know about your test material?
- What information should you pass on about your previous studies?