Coming soon, a book by frequent BiotechBlog contributor, John Avellanet. In this new book — Get to Market Now! Turn FDA Compliance into a Competitive Edge in the Era of Personalized Medicine — John teaches you how to take advantage of evolving FDA compliance requirements and cutting-edge new product development techniques to bring your new medicine to market faster, easier, for less cost and less risk.
Full details on the book are available on Logos Press’ website, and the book is available for pre-order at Barnes and Noble. You can read more about John at his homepage and blog.
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Building Biotechnology: Business, Regulations, Patents, Law, Politics, Science
The definitive primer and leading textbook on the business of biotechnology is now available in its third edition. This new edition is over 100 pages longer than the second edition and adds new chapters, new figures and tables, and additional case examples.
Building Biotechnology builds a robust foundation by providing a comprehensive fundamentals-based overview of the broad variety of elements influencing the commercialization of biotechnology. Expanding on this foundation to ensure a practical appreciation of operational issues in the biotechnology industry, Building Biotechnology adds real-world examples on topics such as the hidden pitfalls of common operational decisions, practical considerations in selecting business models and funding options, strategies to overcome developmental failures, and methods to leverage options to strengthen development plans.
Two new biotechnology books due out in March 2008:
Best Practices in Biotechnology Education
22 International Best Practices in K-12, College, Certificate, Master’s, Doctoral, MBA, Distance Education Programs and Student Groups
First Edition, March 2008
Perfect Bound, 342 pages, US$74.95
Best Practices in Biotechnology Education is directed at faculty seeking to start or expand biotechnology education programs; policy-makers and economic developers seeking to help meet workforce needs; and, students, scientists, and business professionals looking to enter the industry or upgrade their existing skills.
The cases herein describe a wide variety of programs from high school through Ph.D. programs. Some are in their first years, whereas others are quite mature and have diversified to offer myriad degree and certificate options. There is also strong international representation, with programs from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United States.
Best Practices in Biotechnology Business Development
Valuation, Licensing, Cash Flow, Pharmacoeconomics, Market Selection, Communication, and Intellectual Property
First Edition, March 2008
Perfect Bound, 186 pages, US$67.95
Seeking to meet the need to understand how to practice the business of biotechnology, these best practices provide a framework upon which to understand critical issues in biotechnology business development. Experts from a wide range of disciplines have composed best practices based on their experiences and expertise, creating a vital toolbox covering a broad spectrum of topics. These best practices will enable you develop a better understanding of the key elements in these operations and empower you to better manage their implementation
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