ASLAN Selects PharmaNet/i3 as Strategic Partner for Oncology Development
News Mar 07, 2012
PharmaNet/i3 has announced that ASLAN Pharmaceuticals has selected PharmaNet/i3 as a Strategic Partner supporting the development of their oncology portfolio in Asia, and conducting Phase I and Phase II clinical trials for two of ASLAN’s compounds.
Dr. Alan Barge, ASLAN’s Chief Medical Officer, stated, “We chose to work with PharmaNet/i3 because of the commitment and passion shown by their team and the creative thinking they brought to our oncology development strategy. ASLAN is keen to build a strong strategic relationship with PharmaNet/i3, a company that shares our focus on quality and efficiency.”
PharmaNet/i3 has been conducting clinical studies for innovative oncology products since 1996 and has an experienced team, including on-staff oncologists, dedicated to the development of cancer treatments.
The Company has extensive experience in the development of a variety of cytotoxic chemotherapies, monoclonal antibodies, pathway inhibitors and therapeutic vaccines.
More than four hundred local, regional and global oncology clinical trials have been awarded to PharmaNet/i3 in the past five years, including more than a dozen registration programs, seven of which resulted in NDA/MAA approvals.
“Clinical development of oncology therapeutics requires a special understanding of the mechanism of action and the different approaches to cancer therapies,” commented Dalvir Gill, PhD, President, Phase II – IV Development, PharmaNet/i3.
Gill continued, “ASLAN has a novel and creative approach to personalized medicine and combination therapy. We will work closely with ASLAN to address the unique methodologies needed to evaluate the efficacy and safety of their innovative products and look forward to a long and productive relationship.”
A form of the hallucinogenic party drug ketamine has cleared one of the final hurdles toward clinical use as an antidepressant. During a meeting at the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Silver Spring, Maryland, an independent advisory panel voted 14-2 in favor of recommending a compound known as esketamine for use in treating depression.READ MORE
15th International Conference on Surgical Pathology and Cancer Diagnosis
Apr 15 - Apr 16, 2019