Translational Drug Development (TD2)

Translational Drug Development (TD2)

Translational Drug Development (TD2) is an oncology CRO dedicated to precision medicine. We work with innovative biotech and pharma companies to bring cancer treatments to patients as quickly as possible. Our clients have exclusive access to an integrated suite of tools that support every research milestone, and efficiently—from preclinical process to regulatory strategy, clinical support and an expansive patient database that makes recruiting easier than ever. Born from the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), TD2 was formed in 2003 as a subsidiary of TGen, and less than two years later, opened its doors on the campus of the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Ariz. In our 15 years of business, we have helped more than 600 biotech and pharma companies, maintaining hundreds of client studies per year. Among them, our team has been involved in more than 600 first-in-man major oncology medicines, including numerous trials that have led to approvals in both rare and large indications.

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Locations

  • Eastern Europe
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Western Europe

Therapeutic Areas

  • Oncology

Accreditations

Partners are trained on the functionality of the Coder application, process optimization, and scope of Coder services. This Accreditation teaches Partners to integrate the medical coding solution with EDC studies and administer Coder segments. Coder Accreditation is dependent on the successful completion of the Rave EDC accreditation.
Partners are trained on the functionality of the electronic data capture (EDC) and clinical data management (CDM) system, process optimization exercises and scope of Medidata Rave services. This Accreditation teaches the staff to perform end user training, user and site administration, study build, reporting, outputs and amendment manager.
Partners are trained on the functionality of the RTSM Application, process optimization, best practices using RTSM, and scope of RTSM services. This Accreditation teaches Partners to conduct randomization and clinical trial supply management services (RTSM). RTSM Accreditation is dependent on the successful completion of the Rave EDC Accreditation.