MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- When deciding between the life sciences offerings of various market research organizations, the upcoming and existing research programs prove highly relevant. To meet this need, Frost & Sullivan introduces the Life Sciences Content: Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, In-Vitro Diagnostics and Life Sciences Research Tools, 2010 to 2012 compendium. This resource includes Frost & Sullivan's Life Sciences proposed key research for 2012, as well as the profiling of recent content over the last two years.
If you are interested in receiving the complimentary Frost & Sullivan Life Sciences Content: Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, In-Vitro Diagnostics and Life Sciences Research Tools, 2010 to 2012 compendium, please send an email to Britni Myers, Corporate Communications, at [email protected], with your full name, company name, job title, telephone number, company email address, company Web site, city, state and country.
"The current trend in the pharmaceutical industry is to tackle incredibly complex disease areas with significant unmet needs," said Frost & Sullivan Life Sciences Global Program Manager Jennifer Brice. "Taking on these challenges requires developing novel drugs and biologics to treat the diseases. However, due to the increasing understanding of the role that heterogeneity of human and viral genomes plays in disease pathology and the likelihood of the success or failure of a drug, the 'one size fits all' model does not always work."
To address these highly varied obstacles, the compendium allows life science organizations to compare and distinguish products in the market most relevant to their needs and growth challenges. This may prove particularly handy when a company is attempting to understand potential expansion opportunities, seeking a merger or acquisition suitable for their current requirements, or working to build a competitive landscape, among other endeavors.
"The strategic goal of many healthcare companies is to offer or contribute to a personalized healthcare solution by producing diagnostics, instrumentation and drugs," said Brice. "This results in a large integrated knowledge base that more easily allows for the development of targeted medicines, novel drug delivery mechanisms, patient-specific drugs and virtual patient monitoring tools. Additionally, the convergence between pharma, biotech, life science research tools and in-vitro diagnostics allows our clients to have a comprehensive outlook of the entire life sciences industry."
Covering a wide-range of life sciences topics, this interactive compendium includes a catalogue of tentative 2012 research titles, with updates added throughout the year to reflect the most current information and offerings available. To supply an all-encompassing viewpoint, the compendium also includes 2010 and 2011 research information. For each of the research titles released in 2011 and 2012, the compendium provides an abstract and table of contents. Additionally, this feature provides extensive functionality, allowing users to select a title from the table of contents and jump directly to the relevant page.
The Life Sciences Content: Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, In-Vitro Diagnostics and Life Sciences Research Tools, 2010 to 2012 compendium profiles research within the global Life Sciences Growth Partnership Services program, which includes the following markets: contract outsourcing, convergence of therapeutics and diagnostics, life science research tools, next generation biologics, next generation sequencing, pharmaceutical pipelines, and vaccines. All research services included in subscriptions provide detailed market opportunities and industry trends evaluated following extensive interviews with market participants.
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