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We develop custom build tools to support our courses.

5 tools in our toolbox right now. We are constantly developing new tools for our courses.

Market Approval Online

Market Approval Navigator

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The Market Approval Navigator is designed as a practical and easy to use tool to quickly identify relevant documents for market approval of biomedical interventions. Guidelines and guidance documents from European Medicines Agency (EMA), US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and International Council for Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH) can be searched simultaneously for 1 or several key words. Watch the tutorial to get started or create an account to use the tool for free.    

Clinical Research in the Netherlands - Legislation & Procedures

Committee finder

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With this tool you’ll find the committees, competent authorities and other organizations involved in the legal review of your clinical research proposal in the Netherlands.

Clinical Research in the Netherlands - Legislation & Procedures

CCMO tasks

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With this tool you’ll find an overview of the large variety of tasks that are filled by the Dutch Central Committee on Human Research (Centrale Commissie Mensgebonden Onderzoek CCMO)

Clinical Development Online

Questions Optimizing Calculator

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This tool helps to optimize the development of novel medical interventions such as medicinal products, medical devices and medical nutrition. Using risk-adjusted project values to rank key scientific questions, the tool identifies the optimal path for developing a new medical intervention. Watch the tutorial from Dr. Saco de Visser, developer of the tool and course teacher of the course Clinical Development. Create an account to use the tool for free.

Clinical Development On-campus

Receptor Occupancy Calculator

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You can use this tool to calculate the receptor occupancy at a given dose of your compound after intravenous administration or the required dose to reach a certain receptor occupancy.