Instem provides advanced and best-in-class IT solutions & services to the global life sciences community to improve the productivity of their processes in the discovery and development of new drugs (human and veterinary), medical devices, invitro diagnostics, therapies and products. Instem delivers these software solutions and services across the entire lifecycle of product development, from concept, pre-clinical, clinical, registration to obsolescence.

This week, I would like to give a shout out to some of my blogger colleagues as Instem. In support of our mission to help clients bring their life enhancing products to market faster, every two weeks they offer experienced insight & solutions to common challenges and a platform for professional engagement.

In Silico Insider is written by subject matter expert, Glenn J. Myatt, the co-founder and head of Leadscope (An Instem company) with over 25 years’ experience in computational chemistry/toxicology. He holds a BSc in Computing from Oxford Brookes University, a MSc in Artificial Intelligence from Heriot-Watt University and a Ph.D. in Chemoinformatics from the University of Leeds. Glenn thrives on providing his loyal readership with an inside track when it comes to In Silico Safety Assessments. This blog is a must-go-to resource for scientists and professionals working in the Computational Toxicology field.

Marc Ellison, Instem’s Director of SEND solutions, is a self-confessed SEND nerd who loves geeking out about everything to do with SEND. Marc is an active CDISC volunteer and member of the CDISC SEND extended leadership team. Be on the look-out every other Wednesday for Marc’s offering of sensible insights and subject matter expert opinions to help you navigate the challenges and opportunities that arise from the SEND standard.

The bi-weekly Pharma Whisper blog was created by Olaf Schoepke, Vice President Regulatory Solutions in order to share useful information about key industry regulations along with insights about how organizations are improving the efficiency of regulatory operations information management.

Please be sure to pass the links for this brilliant information to your multi-disciplinary colleagues, remember regulatory success begins with effective collaboration.

K Young

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