In 2010, the scientific and business landscape of drug development was fraught with continued uncertainty and risk. New paradigms for discovering and developing drugs were sought to bridge the ever-widening gap between scientific discoveries and translation of those discoveries into life-changing medications. The landscape of the drug development enterprise was increasingly global, with an attending need to address cross-border issues in the regulatory, scientific, ethical, and economic arenas.
The activities of the National Academies’ Forum on Drug Discovery, Development, and Translation (the Forum) in 2010 reflected this dynamic environment, focusing on five critical areas:
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|Message from the Co-Chairs||2-3|
|Reflecting Back: Forum Activities in 2010||4-7|
|Looking Forward: Forum Activities in 2011||8-9|
|Forum Members and Sponsorship||14-16|
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