Nonclinical Data Interconnectivity for Endpoint Predictivity (NICE)
Goals of the project
Explore means by which nonclinical and clinical data can be interconnected in ways that facilitate their use for identifying hazards and risks of pharmaceuticals. A topic for exploration and discussion for 2014 involves the use of pharmacologic class for interconnecting nonclinical and clinical toxicities.
Specific topics to consider include:
- What are accepted terminologies/nomenclatures for pharmacologic class and/or mechanism of action ? How are these developed ?
- What in silico tools/databases are available for interconnecting clinical adverse events/toxicities with nonclinical toxicity data using pharmacologic class ?
- Can guidance be developed regarding the use of in silico/computational tools for interconnecting pharmacologic class with clinical and nonclinical data ?
- What resources are available regarding this topic ?
If interested, please consider joining our group. Individuals interested in bioinformatics, statistics, pharmacology, toxicology, drug safety and epidemiology should inquire with the Nonclinical Working Group of FDA PhUSE.
- Alan P. Brown (co-lead; Novartis)
- Paul Brown (co-lead; US FDA)
- Jyotsna Kasturi (Janssen R & D, Johnson & Johnson)
- Carol Rivera-Lopez (US FDA)
- Philip Judson (Lhasa Ltd.)
- Lee Geiger (GlaxoSmithKline)
- Mike Kelly (GlaxoSmithKline)
- Randall Smith (GlaxoSmithKline)
- The following article was recently published by members of the Nonclinical Working Group:
Kasturi J, Brown AP, Brown P, Madhavan S, Prabakar L, Wally JL. Interconnectivity of disparate nonclinical data silos for drug discovery and development. Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science, OnlineFirst version 22 April 2014
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Last revision by APBrown,06/23/2014