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Preclinical Consulting

Preclinical Consulting

With ITHS Preclinical Consulting, we help investigators gain access to the expertise and tools needed to prepare innovative ideas for human testing. We support and sustain novel technologies and methodologies through the early phases of development when funding and expertise are most needed.

The overall goal of the Preclinical Consulting program is to accelerate new medical product development in the academic setting and to enhance the opportunities for their commercialization. In order to compete effectively for translational research dollars and position inventions for future investment, academic investigators must now be able to clearly articulate viable commercialization, clinical, and regulatory strategies for their products. In addition, the investigator must assemble a nonclinical data package (e.g., pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and product characterization) that will support the regulatory requirements for initiation of clinical trials.

How We Help

ITHS is uniquely positioned to assist academic investigators with the development of strategies and to thereby accelerate the testing and/or commercialization of technologies. We can support you in reaching your research goals by:

  • Linking you to experts in drug and device development
  • Helping you develop a regulatory strategy for your health-related project
  • Reviewing and contributing to the scientific content of IND and IDE applications to FDA
  • Connecting you to other educational and commercialization resources in the Pacific Northwest
  • Connecting to other academic commercialization programs

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Cite ITHSThe Institute is supported by grants UL1 TR002319, KL2 TR002317, and TL1 TR002318 from the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA).

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