A.T.L.A.S. — YOUR CUSTOMIZED DRUG DEVELOPMENT PLAN
A custom roadmap for your unique drug development process, A.T.L.A.S. streamlines your project’s moving parts across all phases, across all of our sites, using dedicated program management and a proprietary centralized scheduling system to actively track and manage your study information, results, schedules, sites, and study personnel. Each department works in unison towards your goals, seamlessly transitioning your molecule from one phase to the next, from lead candidate selection to clinical proof of concept, including bioanalysis and manufacturing.
PLANNING YOUR ROADMAP TO SUCCESS
We start building your drug development map at the proposal stage. Then, your dedicated, cross-functional project manager and interdisciplinary scientific team work with you to design a personalized scientific and operational plan around your milestones, coordinating the phases of your project, accelerating decision-making, and optimizing R&D timelines via coordinated communication, parallel scheduling and processing, to save you up to 40% in time. An integrated, comprehensive roadmap gives us visibility on every step of your project so that we can plan for success, adapt your plan, and avoid roadblocks, from the get-go.
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MEETING YOUR MILESTONES WITH SPEED AND EASE
We treat your project as our own, and go above and beyond to make it as effortless as possible for you. Imagine if your drug development journey were this simple:
- One contract with single drug development solution partner
- Hassle-free outsourcing with a dedicated cross-functional project manager
- Reduced hand-offs between phases (we take care of those for you)
- A clear, personalized, and flexible drug development roadmap for your molecule
- A plan that easily adapts scientifically and operationally as your project evolves
- Proactive forecasting and planning for potential project-specific roadblocks
- Centralized scheduling for all phases including supporting services
- Accelerated decision-making
- Coordinated invoicing
- Up to 40% shorter timelines
At Altasciences, we do more than imagine, we deliver.
LET’S GET PLANNING
What is the drug development process?
The drug development process typically begins in a lab, where molecules that may have a beneficial impact on human health are identified. The most promising molecule or compound is then selected for preclinical safety testing. Success at the preclinical level would see the investigational product advance to clinical trials in humans. Finally, regulatory authorities review and approve the drug, and human use is permitted. The U.S. F.D.A. offers a comprehensive look at the process.
What is the average timeline for drug development?
Timelines for drug development vary widely, from many years to several decades. A strong yet flexible plan, supported by excellent science and trusted development partners, is critical to success and efficiency of any program, long or short.
What factors should I consider when developing a new drug?
Drug development is time-consuming, complex, and costly. A key contributing factor to the success of any new drug development plan is partnering with the right CRO/CDMO and building the best team to get your molecule to market. A team that has the combined knowledge and experience to ensure there are no gaps in your plan, and that every phase of drug development is conducted with impeccable attention to detail. Read more about the key considerations for selecting a CRO/CDMO partner.
How do I obtain an A.T.L.A.S. roadmap to my drug development journey?
Our project management and scientific teams will work with you to design a personalized drug development plan, with your molecule and milestones in mind. Fill out this form or click on the Chat button on this page to tell us more about your project, and our experts will help you plan for success.
Where can I find a template for a drug development plan from Altasciences?
Whether a single study or an end-to-end program, each project at Altasciences is unique. All projects or programs are customized according to the molecule, mechanism of action, therapeutic area, and phase of development. This makes it difficult to present a one-size-fits-all template. However, you can check our interactive drug development program map to see how we use parallel processing to move your small molecule or biologic toward regulatory approval.