Midwestern University Institute for Healthcare Innovation Offers Veterinary Research and Development Services

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The new Institute for Healthcare Innovation (IHI) at Midwestern University has recently initiated research and development services for veterinary pharmaceutical companies and biomedical collaborators seeking to enter the animal health market. The IHI’s veterinary services consist of veterinary clinical trials, regulatory guidance, and commercial strategy for veterinary drugs, biologics, devices, diagnostics, and nutritional products.

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a comprehensive setting to conduct clinical trials, translational medical research, and technology development regarding human and veterinary drugs, biologics, devices, nutritional products, and diagnostics.

The new Institute for Healthcare Innovation (IHI) at Midwestern University has recently initiated research and development services for veterinary pharmaceutical companies and biomedical collaborators seeking to enter the animal health market. The IHI’s veterinary services consist of veterinary clinical trials, regulatory guidance, and commercial strategy for veterinary drugs, biologics, devices, diagnostics, and nutritional products.

The Institute for Healthcare Innovation was founded in 2014 to leverage the multi-disciplinary expertise found on the University’s campuses located in Glendale, AZ, and Downers Grove, IL. The IHI has grown to accommodate the demand for clinical development and commercialization expertise for veterinary products. The Institute’s team consists of professionals with industry, research, and academic backgrounds who work closely with Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) to conduct clinical trials in dogs, cats and horses. The Companion Animal Clinic at Midwestern University in Glendale is a state-of-the-art 111,800-square-foot, AAHA-accredited facility staffed by veterinarians in general practice, and veterinary specialists in orthopedics, soft tissue surgery, emergency and critical care, internal medicine, and other disciplines.

The Institute for Healthcare Innovation at Midwestern University provides human pharmaceutical and veterinary companies a comprehensive setting to conduct clinical trials, translational medical research, and technology development regarding human and veterinary drugs, biologics, devices, nutritional products, and diagnostics. The IHI also fosters the One Health Initiative by facilitating collaborations between the University’s colleges of veterinary medicine, osteopathic medicine, dental medicine, optometry, pharmacy, and health sciences on both campuses.

For more information about the Midwestern University Institute for Healthcare Innovation, visit http://www.mwuihi.com.

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Midwestern University is a graduate degree-granting institution specializing in the health sciences with ten colleges and two campuses. The Illinois campus, located on a 105-acre site in Downers Grove, is home to over 2,900 students and four colleges: the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Chicago College of Pharmacy, the College of Health Sciences, and the College of Dental Medicine-Illinois. The Arizona campus, located on a 156-acre site in Glendale, is home to over 3,300 students and six colleges: the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, the College of Pharmacy-Glendale, the College of Health Sciences, the College of Dental Medicine-Arizona, the Arizona College of Optometry, and the College of Veterinary Medicine. The University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. For more information, visit http://www.midwestern.edu or call 623.572.3215.

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