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Application of a Dynamic Map for Learning, Communicating, Navigating, and Improving Therapeutic Development.
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Application of a Dynamic Map for Learning, Communicating, Navigating, and Improving Therapeutic Development.

Clin Transl Sci. 2017 Dec 22;:

Authors: Wagner JA, Dahlem AM, Hudson LD, Terry SF, Altman RB, Gilliland CT, DeFeo C, Austin CP

Abstract
Drug discovery and development is commonly schematized as a "pipeline," and, although appreciated by drug developers to be a useful oversimplification, this cartology may perpetuate inaccurate notions of straightforwardness and is of minimal utility for process engineering to improve efficiency. To create a more granular schema, a group of drug developers, researchers, patient advocates, and regulators developed a crowdsourced atlas of the steps involved in translating basic discoveries into health interventions, annotated with the steps that are particularly prone to difficulty or failure. This Drug Discovery, Development, and Deployment Map (4DM), provides a network view of the process, which will be useful for communication and education to those new to the field, orientation and navigation of individual projects, and prioritization of technology development and re-engineering endeavors to improve efficiency and effectiveness. The 4DM is freely available for utilization, modification, and further development by stakeholders across the translational ecosystem.

PMID: 29271559 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]




A dynamic map for learning, communicating, navigating and improving therapeutic development.
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A dynamic map for learning, communicating, navigating and improving therapeutic development.

Nat Rev Drug Discov. 2017 Dec 22;:

Authors: Wagner J, Dahlem AM, Hudson LD, Terry SF, Altman RB, Gilliland CT, DeFeo C, Austin CP

PMID: 29269942 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]