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Articles by Angie Drakulich

Angie Drakulich

Editorial Director, Pharmaceutical Technology

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A Look Ahead at Manufacturing and Regulation
January 2, 2013

FDA talks about the changing scope of regulatory science and its effect on drug reviews, site inspections, and overall approaches.

A Look Ahead for 2013
January 2, 2013

From time to time, it's important to take stock of the industry from both a retrospective and prospective point of view.

A Look Ahead at Manufacturing and Regulation
January 1, 2013

FDA talks about the changing scope of regulatory science and its effect on drug reviews, site inspections, overall approaches.

When Disaster Strikes at Home
December 2, 2012

PDA's strategic plan calls for maintaining valuable and effective relationships with global regulators.

Innovation in a Leading Disease Target: Alzheimer's
December 2, 2012

An interview with Eric M. Parker, Ph.D., Executive Director and Neuroscience Site Lead, Merck Research Laboratories, about the Merck BACE team's winning research.

Pharma Innovation
December 2, 2012

A look at the year's leaders in innovation strategy, including the top bio/pharmaceutical companies and award recipients from AAPS, PhRMA, and CPhI.

Knowledge is Power
November 2, 2012

Global tactics that incorporate online technologies and social media are reshaping disease response.

FDA Issues 483 to New England Compounding Center
October 29, 2012

New England Compounding Center gets 483 after linked fungal meningitis outbreak.

Grad Student Research Sparks Innovation through AAPS Awards
October 15, 2012

At this week's AAPS 2012 Annual Meeting in Chicago, graduate students across the country are being honored for their research and work in bio/pharmaceutical innovation. Pharmaceutical Technology had the chance to talk with a few of the recipients.

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