Assessing the Financial Impact of Translational Pharmaceutics®
A white paper by Tufts CSDD comparing the savings and financial benefits for drug developers that use Translational Pharmaceutics®
Unlock the multi-million dollar benefits of Translational Pharmaceutics®, demonstrated in the Tufts CSDD study
Discover the time savings and financial benefits for drug developers that use Translational Pharmaceutics®, versus traditional multi-vendor formulation, manufacturing and clinical testing approaches.
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What can I learn?
Discover how to benefit from:
A faster approach to drug development and accelerated time to market
Average timeline savings of >12 months
R&D spend reduced by $9.5 million for each month of time saved
Total financial gains per drug approved >$100 million
Formulations selected using clinical data ensuring greater chances of success
An integrated development model and simplified supply chain
About Translational Pharmaceutics®
Translational Pharmaceutics accelerates drug development by integrating formulation development, real-time manufacturing and clinical testing. Over the past decade it has been used widely by pharmaceutical and biotech companies on >400 programs to advance molecules across the full development cycle from first-in-human trials to market (FIH) Key applications within development process include:
Transitioning molecules from first-in-human (FIH) to proof-of-concept (POC)
Development and optimization of clinical formulations
About the Tufts CSDD study
The Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development (CSDD) compared the cycle times of traditional drug development programs to Translational Pharmaceutics programs and their derivative effects on development economics. These data were incorporated in a drug development model and the financial benefits were quantified on industry R&D costs and returns. The model assessed several different project types and the top line results included mean financial benefits exceeding $100 million and mean timeline savings of >12 months.