IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- GZP is pleased to announce that it has expanded its capabilities for strategic regulatory and product development support of gene therapy and somatic cell therapies, including treatment vaccines for cancer and other serious or life-threatening diseases. New senior associates with expertise in manufacturing and clinical development in these expanding areas allow GZP to provide its clients with hands-on guidance through the FDA regulatory review process. Firms in the US and Australia have already taken advantage of this expertise and are preparing to launch programs in Phase 1, 2 and 3 clinical trials for their "new concept" products. Two of our staff, Dr. Chaline Brown and Ms. Tisha Templeton, will be attending and presenting this month at the TRX10 and AusBiotech conferences in Brisbane and Melbourne Australia, respectively, and will be available to discuss these added capabilities. They will be available for partnering meetings as well.
Specifics of these Australian speaking engagements are:
12 October 2010 – Brisbane – TRX10 – "Regulations Pertinent to Pharmacogenomics and Biomarkers in Europe and USA"
20 October 2010 – Melbourne – AusBiotech 2010 - "Dealing with the FDA – What's Hot?"
GZP continues to believe that early, frequent, and creative communication with the FDA (including informal targeted review of specific issues that can slow down development programs at both early and mid-stages) can lead to more successful medical product development, attracting more funding in today's difficult financial climate.
In 2010, GZP increased its global client base at all phases of development across therapeutic areas such as oncology and neurological disease, and created and submitted several INDs.
Pre-pre-IND, pre-IND and mid-phase meetings with the FDA led to acceleration of drug and biologic development programs
|SOURCE Ground Zero Pharmaceuticals|
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