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Investigational Drug Service (IDS), Seattle Children's Hospital

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Investigational Drug Services, Pharmacy Department, Seattle Children's, 4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
4800 Sand Point Way Northeast Seattle Washington 98105 US
Susan Jacob, PharmDSusan Jacob, PharmD

The Investigational Drug Service (IDS), supported by the Center for Clinical and Translational Research, is a licensed pharmacy that dispenses medications used in inpatient and ambulatory clinical trials performed by investigators at Seattle Children’s€™s. The IDS sets up study-drug-related procedures and systems for each study to ensure patient safety, protocol adherence and compliance with Good Clinical Practices (GCPs), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and other regulations and laws. The Investigational Drug Service tracks and stores study drugs, assists investigators with drug-related aspects of study design and protocol development and provides technical consultation on drugs used in single-site and multicenter clinical trials. The services provided by IDS research pharmacists and research pharmacy associates include tracking and storing study drugs, assisting investigators with drug-related aspects of study design and protocol development and providing technical consultation on drugs used in single-site and multicenter clinical trials.

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Susan Jacob, PharmD
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Seattle Children's Hospital
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(206) 884-3009(206) 884-3009
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Seattle Children's Hospital, 4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105 0 mi
(206) 987-2000(206) 987-2000
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4800 Sand Point Way Northeast, Seattle, WA 98105, United States 0 mi
(206) 884-3691(206) 884-3691
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(206) 616-2858(206) 616-2858
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(206) 543-1882(206) 543-1882
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(206) 543-4080(206) 543-4080
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(206) 616-6627(206) 616-6627
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(206) 616-3971(206) 616-3971
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(206) 616-6627(206) 616-6627
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