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Author: Graham Scott

Dr. Scott has more than 30 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry, having worked in various roles in pre-clinical, early clinical, and clinical pharmacology drug development. He has varied and deep experience in early clinical development, having led more than 30 FIM studies and "early-in-human" studies. He has interacted with all major health regulatory authorities, having led and overseen multiple filings. His work experience has been with top 20 pharma companies in the UK, US, and mainland Europe. Most recently, Dr. Scott led Takeda’s European clinical pharmacology team and one of their global clinical pharmacology therapeutic areas. He has completed a leadership program at INSEAD, is a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, and obtained a PhD in Drug Metabolism from the University of Strathclyde.

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Lessons Learned - Case Studies of Apocalyptic Clinical Pharmacology

Lessons Learned: Case Studies of Apocalyptic Clinical Pharmacology

Apocalyptic clinical pharmacology helps drug developers save resources and time through providing a framework for understanding the interaction of the drug under development with the biological system. This framework also helps answer questions from regulatory authorities who are evaluating the safety and efficacy of the drug. Making informed decisions throughout the drug development process requires […]

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Introduction to Apocalyptic Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development

Introduction to Apocalyptic Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development

In this blog, I will introduce “apocalyptic clinical pharmacology” and provide a framework for using this approach in drug development, which can save resources and time. Apocalyptic clinical pharmacology in drug development provides value offering a framework for thinking about the relationship between the drug dose and the biological system. What is apocalyptic clinical pharmacology? […]

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First-in-human Trials and Going Too FAAH from the Sentry

First-in-human Trials and Going Too FAAH from the Sentry

Many people in the UK and elsewhere are currently remembering where they were and what they were doing on the day that Diana Princess of Wales died: August 31st marks 20 years since that fateful day. For Clinical Pharmacologists, we may well remember where we were when we heard the news that six volunteers were […]

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