February 2018

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Cover Story

The Past, Present, and Future of Pharmaceutical Regulations

By Nina S. Cauchon, Ph.D., R.A.C., Amgen Inc.; Edward Narke, R.A.C., DS InPharmatics; and Susan Ohorodnik, Ph.D., Envigo

Pharmaceutical regulations need to move from reactive to proactive to keep pace with the rapid rise of emerging technologies and novel modalities.   

Special Feature

2017 AAPS Annual Salary Survey

AAPS reports on salary and employment trend data of its members.

Professional Development

Soft Skills in a World of Hard Data

Strengthen your communication and leadership skills.

AAPS eLearning

Modeling to Speed Tricky Generic Development

Simulations based on a branded drug's FDA-submitted data and limited use of a generic are adequate and can help shorten generic development timelines, FDA researchers said during a recent AAPS webinar.

President's Report

Science. Careers. Community

AAPS reviews its progress in 2017.

Pharmaceutical Science Update 

U.S. Regulatory News

Regulatory  Developments


AAPS PharmSci 360 Programming Evenly Covers Biomolecular and Chemical Science

AAPS Publications

AAPS Recognizes Excellence in Journals

From polymers for insulin oral delivery to breast cancer drug transporters to novel anticancer drug administration across the blood-brain barrier for brain cancer therapy.

Guidance Comments Summaries

EMA Addresses Analytical Similarity

AAPS Foundation

Meet Dandan Luo

Student Chapter Focus

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

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