MED225 - Spring Quarter
Drug Development: From a Concept to the Clinic

Mondays, 11:30am-1:00pm | April 3rd to June 12th

1 Credit

Using a blend of seminars and dynamic workshops, the curriculum is focused on educating the audience on all stages of drug development and related research and business processes—from discovery and translational science and how to launch new projects to analyzing data, communication and interpretation of results of clinical trials, regulatory issues, and commercial considerations in product development. Case studies will emphasize cardiovascular applications.

This course is suitable for medical students, graduate students, basic scientists, clinicians, and clinician-scientists to provide an educational and practical perspective on the essential issues in drug development.

The class will be a Hybrid format, with the in-person location as Biomedical Innovation 1440.

Stanford Students: Enroll on ExploreCourses.

If you are NOT a student at Stanford, please contact Micaela Harris about either auditing the course (Stanford affiliates only) or being added to the course calendar invitations and mailing list (open to anyone).

Registered course participants will participate in the sessions as panelists, but individuals not registered for the course may also attend the seminars as webinar attendees.



Office Hours

Mondays, 12:00-3:00pm

Please note that not all directors are available for the full Office Hours time window and the availability of individual directors may vary for specific dates.

Please contact Adrienne Mueller for Office Hour Zoom information, and indicate whether there is a specific director you would like to speak with.