A UL course
Nonclinical laboratory studies are conducted in the early stages of bringing a new pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device to the marketplace. Best practices must be followed to ensure the reliability of the study and the safety and efficacy of the product. This course will introduce participants to good laboratory practice regulations (GLPs) and their application to nonclinical laboratory studies. Lessons include terminology, acceptable practices for nonclinical laboratory studies, and the role that good laboratory practices play in assuring the validity of these studies.
- Reasons behind GLPs
- GLPs and personnel
- Documentation required by GLPs
Who should attend?
Professionals and experts in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device fields