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Message from the Executive Director

Medical innovations create novel solutions to complex diseases and healthcare issues. Now, more than ever, the ability to conduct pivotal proof of concept and preclinical testing is a vital force in developing state-of-the-art products and services that can be approved for human clinical trials.

The Drug Dynamics Institute is a collaborative center, bringing together extensive scientific expertise and experience across industry, academia, and government partners.

The development of pharmaceutical and medical products is a rigorous and highly specialized process. The Drug Dynamics Institute has developed tools to help industry, start-ups, and academic researchers move ideas from the lab into human clinical trials via preclinical evaluation and development (TherapeUTex), Good Laboratory Practices compliant facilities (UT Advance), and wet lab incubator facilities (UTech Dorm Room). We look forward to working with you and your team in bringing new innovations to patients.

Janet Walkow, Ph.D., Executive Director & Chief Technology Officer

   

TherapeUTex
Our goal is to aid the progression of drug products and technologies through the development process by providing services including drug formulation and delivery, in vitro and in vivo preclinical and proof-of-concept studies, histological preparation, and lab-scale formulation and production.
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TherapeUTex
We've built the regulatory environment necessary to meet FDA requirements for drug evaluation. And, we've assembled the scientific expertise to design effective studies. Our goal is to assist researchers by providing the studies required for a successful FDA submission.
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TherapeUTex
The UTech Dorm Room provides wet lab space for Austin's bioscience community.
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