Commercializing Successful Biomedical Technologies

Basic Principles for the Development of Drugs, Diagnostics and Devices

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  • 0511401302
  • 9780521870986
  • 9780511401305
  • 9781107386402
Successful product design and development requires the ability to take a concept and translate the technology into useful, patentable, commercial products. This book guides the reader through the practical aspects of the commercialization process of drug, diagnostic and device biomedical technology including market analysis, product development, intellectual property and regulatory constraints. Key issues are highlighted at each stage in the process, and case studies are used to provide practical examples. The book will provide a sound road map for those involved in the biotechnology industry to effectively plan the commercialization of profitable regulated medical products. It will also be suitable for a capstone design course in engineering and biotechnology, providing the student with the business acumen skills involved in product development.
  • Cambridge University Press; April 2008
  • ISBN 9780511401305
  • Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB format
  • Title: Commercializing Successful Biomedical Technologies
  • Author: Shreefal S. Mehta
  • Imprint: Cambridge University Press
Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 0511401302
  • 9780521870986
  • 9780511401305
  • 9781107386402

In The Press

Review of the hardback: 'This text covers the commercialization of life science technologies in the areas of pharmaceuticals, biotechnologies, medical devices, and diagnostics, and spanning the development process from invention through marketing and sales. Shreefal Mehta writes clearly and with a practical bent, using case examples and drawing on his own substantial industry experience to help chart a path through the complex landscape of new product development.' Paul Yock Director of the Stanford Program in Biodesign and Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business and School of Medicine