Medical Writing Authors Alexander Nürnberg

Alexander Nürnberg

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An introduction to little-known aspects of nonclinical regulatory writing - Volume 26, Issue 4

Nonclinical evaluation is a key component of drug development. Traditionally, scientists have prepared much of the written regulatory documentation, with dedicated nonclinical writing being a niche profession. This is changing – the demand for…

Writing bioanalytical reports - Volume 23, Issue 3

Bioanalytical reports are usually written by bioanalysts. Medical writers offer a valuable contribution to bioanalytical reporting, increasing the efficiency of document development and improving the quality of data presentation. This article…

Organising the review process in Microsoft Word® - Volume 23, Issue 1

Regulatory documents are prepared in a highly collaborative process within tight timelines. The time and the resources required for collecting input, organising document review, and processing the reviewers’ responses often dwarf those invested in…

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