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Feb 13 2014
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Medical Response Letters

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Marketed drug products require a collection of medical response letters which address different subjects pertaining to a drug’s proper usage and administration, safety, efficacy, use in special populations (pregnancy; pediatrics; elderly; compromised kidney or liver function) and additional topics. Upon a drug’s launch, these letters are prepared but over time they require updating based on…

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Feb 06 2014
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Literature Searches

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It is important to search the literature on a regular basis for information on a company’s drug product that has been published by clinicians and academicians. This need is also valuable in terms of  competitive products. Performing literature searches on a regular basis is known as a current awareness search. Such searching is important for…

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Feb 06 2014
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FAQs and Data on File

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Documents known as Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are used by call center staff as they answer questions from health care professionals and the public. FAQs are commonly prepared for each drug product; some companies use them for experimental drugs still in clinical development. FAQs need to be accurate and up-to-date. Dr. Wells has experience in…

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Feb 06 2014
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Teaching Extraction Chemistry

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Education and training services from Dr. Wells in drug sample preparation have been very well received. He commonly visits bioanalytical laboratories on-site and teaches fundamental and advanced topics in extraction chemistry so that the laboratory staff are all trained to a common level of proficiency. Extraction chemistry includes the principles behind protein precipitation, solid-phase extraction…

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Feb 06 2014
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Call Center Liaison

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The call center is the communications interface between the company and the public, including health care professionals. Specialists in the call center communicate FDA approved drug information in response to pharmaceutical and medical inquiries. Dr. David Wells has eight years of managerial experience in a call center serving over forty different drug companies with a…

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