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European Biopharmaceutical Review

Streamlining Phase I through a Successful Partnership Strategy

The industry is under increasing pressure to streamline all phases of new drug development and significant emphasis is being placed on the ability of Phase I to identify and 'kill' unsatisfactory candidates quickly and efficiently. At the same time, this phase must arm the winners with not just safety information, but as much efficacy data as possible to help smooth the transition into later-phase clinical trials. These trends have strategic implications not only in the design of studies and programmes, but also in the organisation of R&D and selection of outsourced development partners.

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By Dr David Griffiths, Head of Business Development at LCG Bioscience

Dr David Griffiths joined LCG Bioscience as Head of Business Development in 1998, where he has played a pivotal role in creating one of the foremost European CROs specialising in exploratory phase clinical development. David's career began in R&D positions with Shell and Pfizer during which time he obtained a BSc in Applied Biology and a PhD in Drug Metabolism. He then joined a biotech start-up company as a Development Scientist, moving into business development where he was responsible for several successful projects within a fast growing diagnostics and health care group. David also holds an MBA from Anglia Business School, Cambridge.

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