Quotient Sciences’ focus is on delivering the most appropriate formulations to expedite your clinical program, through dosing within our own Phase I clinical facilities or at an external site. We work with you to support rapid progression to your first-in-human evaluation where required, ensuring that your ultimate drug product presentation goals can be seamlessly transitioned following confirmation of molecule safety and tolerability. Our formulators’ experience is built on years of work integrating formulation development and clinical evaluation. As a result, our development is based on an understanding of the intended indication including drug products designed for chronic dosing or for pediatric populations.
Our breadth of formulations developed for first-in-human studies includes:
- APIs in a bottle or capsule
- Solubility-enhanced dosage forms
First-in-Human to Proof-of-Concept
Our Translational Pharmaceutics approach enables First-in-Human studies by re-engineering the transition of your drug molecule into clinical development and shortening the timeline to Proof-of-Concept.
Developing spray dried dispersions for early phase clinical trials and beyond
Formulation strategies and the DevelopabilityClassification System (DCS). Benefits of spray-drying to address poor drug solubility. Fit-for-purpose systems in early clinical research and effectively transitioning to solid oral dosage forms. Adaptive clinical manufacturing “tailored” to the clinical study and patient recruitment.
Pediatric Drug Development: Unique Considerations and Challenges
This webinar will explore product considerations when designing pediatric pharmaceutical products, clinical and operational considerations when executing and designing clinical trials for pediatric patient populations and regulatory considerations for pediatric drug development including US and EMEA incentives, guidance and requirements.
Development and optimization of MR formulations in the absence of predictive laboratory or preclinical models
The integration of formulation design space, real-time GMP manufacturing, and an iterative sequential pharmacokinetic (PK) study in healthy volunteers was successfully applied to develop an HPMC matrix tablet that achieved the desired PK characteristics for SLx-2101.The key formulation variables influencing performance were the range of dose and release rate, hence a two-dimensional (2D) design space was mapped by manufacturing and characterizing four “regulatory batches” bracketing the corners of the compositional ranges.