Make sure you select the right non-rodent model for your studies
Miniature swine were previously considered a non-rodent model for nonclinical dermal studies. Today, they are used for a number of therapeutic areas, including but not limited to metabolic diseases and inflammation.
Learn about the applications of miniature swine and the therapeutic areas they can support in this interview with Dr. Scott Boley, Senior VP of Research at Altasciences.
Dr. Scott Boley is attending the ACT Annual Meeting from November 13 to 16, stop by Booth #305 or pre-book a meeting to get in-touch. We hope to see you there!
Not attending ACT? Check out these webinars instead:
- How Do I Select the Right Species for My Toxicology Program?
- Avoiding Obstacles When Outsourcing Your Nonclinical Research
- Miniature Swine Model Selection Criteria for Toxicology and Pharmacology Studies
Altasciences transforms the traditional outsourcing paradigm by simplifying and streamlining drug development solutions, whether for a single study or multiple programs, to offer an integrated/synchronized approach to CRO and CDMO.