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Pharmacology

Product Safety Labs (PSL) is a recognized world leader in pharmacology testing.  PSL offers over 40 years of experience in performing a wide range of pharmacology test services to clients in the pharmaceutical and dietary supplement/nutraceutical industries using thoroughly validated animal models to help ensure the accuracy of your results. PSL is able to offer specific pharmacology protocols in multiple therapeutic areas to help identify promising lead compounds. We also welcome the opportunity to develop custom protocols that satisfy your project needs.

  • Routes of administration: Oral, intravenous, intramuscular, intraperitoneal subcutaneous, oral film, dermal patch
  • Study designs: Screening, bioavailability, bioequivalence, tissue collection, metabolite collection
  • Analytical support: LC/MS, LC/UV, and ELISA (custom analytical protocols available)

Our staff at PSL is amongst the most knowledgeable in the industry. Dr. Henry Jacoby, Senior Technical Advisor and Dr. Lee Koetzner, Senior Study Director oversee the pharmaceutical testing services and are supported by a highly experienced scientific staff. Dr. Jacoby has managed drug development and evaluation and in-vivo/vitro pharmacology at global pharmaceutical companies (Johnson & Johnson and Merck) for over 20 years. Dr. Jacoby is a recognized expert in GI pharmacology and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters.  

Dr. Koetzner and Jamie Boulet, Study Director, have extensive experience conducting studies evaluating CNS function, including pain, neuropathy, anxiety and affective disease models.  In addition, they have run a variety of GI pharmacology, inflammation, metabolic disease, secondary pharmacology and side effect assays.

All members of the team are available to advise clients and design and conduct the in vivo/in vitro pharmacology studies. Call Product Safety Labs today to speak with one of our experts about your research needs.

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