Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development
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Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development (CPDD), a journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology®, is indexed in the PubMed/MEDLINE® database, a global resource for journal citations and biomedical literature. Since the introduction of CPDD in 2012, Editor-in-Chief David J. Greenblatt, MD has developed an international Editorial Board consisting of basic and clinical scientists who are well-established in the field of clinical pharmacology and represent academic, regulatory and industry sectors. The Board works closely with the Editor-in-Chief to provide strategic oversight and guidance, as well as to assist with operational requirements.
Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development (CPDD) is an international, peer-reviewed journal focused on publishing high-quality clinical pharmacology studies in drug development which are primarily (but not exclusively) performed in healthy subjects during the early phases of drug development, or after marketing approval. Acceptance of a manuscript in CPDD will be determined by scientific rigor and technical soundness rather than perceived importance of the presented results. Thus, negative study results are explicitly not an obstacle for positive acceptance decisions. In addition to publication of original research articles, CPDD encourages submission (with or without invitation) of Editorials, Commentaries and Reviews.
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