Safety Pharmacology Society (SPS)
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Founded following industry discussions initiated in 1990; particularly the 1998 work of Topic Group S7 of F-XF4089 - International Council on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH).
Bylaws approved 10 Aug 2010.
Unite the global safety pharmacology community in the development and safe use of biologically active molecular entities by bridging across disciplines to allow the identification, characterization, and monitoring of potentially undesirable pharmacodynamic activities in non-clinical studies and guiding their translation into clinical trials.
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