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Medical Writing & Clinical Research Books

Clinical Pharmacokinetics Pocket Reference

Who is it for: Medical Writers, Clinical Trial Scientists, Clinical Writers

Why this book? The Clinical Pharmacokinetics Pocket Guide is a great reference for medical communications, as learning the fundamentals of pharmacokinetics helps digest data from clinical trials and better understand early phase results. And the best part is it comes in a travel, pocket size!

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Oncology Clinical Trials

Who is it for: Medical Writers, Clinical Trial Scientists, and Clinical Writers in the Oncology Space

Why this book? This is considered by many as the gold standard reference on oncology and cancer clinical trials. It gives real-life flaws and real-world examples for how to successfully complete clinical trial design, conduct and analyze quality clinical trials and interpret them. It is all encompassing and an amazing reference for medical writers working in oncology!!!

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Fundamentals of Clinical Trials

Who is it for: Medical Writers, Clinical Trial Scientists, Clinical Researchers, Startups

Why this book? Great book and awesome for getting a detailed and thorough overview of clinical trials for Clinical Research Scientists, Medical Writers, Clinical Researchers, and Clinical Trial Managers at anypoint of your career!!!

"Very useful even though I work in marketing research, not medicine." - Cannon Gray LLC

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Academic to Entrepreneurship, Tech Transfer, and Commercialization Books

Academic Entrepreneurship: How to Bring Your Scientific Discovery to a Successful Commercial Product

Who is it for: Entrepreneurs, Academic researchers aiming to commercialize a product, Tech Transfer Specialists

Why this book? This is a good book. It's a messy thing bringing an idea or finding in a lab into a product. There has to be a market and you'll need patents and all kinds of things. This book is a step-by-step guide to getting through that process!

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Academic Entrepreneurship: How to Bring Your Scientific Discovery to a Successful Commercial Product

Who is it for: Startups who are looking for a detailed and highly technical guide to getting a startup off the ground.

Why this book? This is a great all-encompassing book for commercialization of a University startup. It's highly technical so definitely caution as it's more of a reference than a light read on a broad overview. In depth and covers a lot.

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The Life Science Executive's Fundraising Manifesto: Best Practices for Identifying Capital in the Biotech and Medtech Arena

Who is it for: Startups who are looking for getting a startup funded and off the ground.

Why this book? Dennis Ford, the created the company Life Science Nation, which helps pair startups with investors in a systematic way using analytics and his 7,000+ library of investors. This is a great and affordable book to give you insights into starting a company.

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