FDA Pre-IND Meetings: Why, When and How

Posted by cdavenport on Friday Feb 24, 2012 Under FDA, Regulatory, TigerU

The pre-IND phase of drug development is the foundation upon which all development-related activities (including registration) depend.  It is, therefore, essential to give proper forethought and attention to this initial, all-important step of the drug-development process.  In the United States, a pre-IND meeting can add considerable value to the overall process and maximize efficient use of both Sponsor and FDA resources.  Although pre-IND meetings require considerable planning and preparation on the part of both the Sponsor and FDA, if warranted and properly conducted, the meeting can provide the Sponsor with valuable insight as to the FDA’s expectations regarding initial- and later-stage development and registration strategies.  This presentation provides a high-level introduction to U.S. FDA pre-IND meetings ─ why and when a Sponsor should consider having a meeting and how the Sponsor approaches the process.

 

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