Familiarity with Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) is a necessity for those working in or aspiring to work in biotech, pharma, and even academic research, where partnerships with industry require ever greater awareness of drug development regulations. Thus, this guidebook serves to not only summarize GLP regulations, but explain the interaction of these various components in the development of a GLP compliant study. Far from being long-winded, special attention has been paid to the brevity of each chapter. If more detail is needed, the reader can easily refer to the official FDA verbiage (CFR 21, Part 58) provided below each chapter summary.
Inspired by the lack of affordable, succinct, and easily accessible training options available to students, scientists, and entrepreneurs, Dr. Slomiany set out to create a guidebook which conveys the underlying principles of GLP in an easily digestible format, while providing resources for more in-depth study.
Though presented in kindle format, this document can easily be opened on a standard web browser or word processing program.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Mark Slomiany is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and the Medical University of South Carolina. He resides in Charleston as an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Medical College of Georgia with a secondary faculty appointment at the Medical University of South Carolina.