Open Access Mini Review Article ID: ACMPH-6-184

    Technology transfer model for the formulation stage in biological products for public health

    Jorge L Magalhães*, Alessandra L Viçosa and Giselle Ribeiro de Barros

    Technology transfer is a tool used to absorb knowledge and technology, in addition to increasing a country’s technological innovation. In the health sector, it is no different, especially in times of outbreaks, epidemics and global pandemic. Therefore, tools that assist in the creation of public policies contribute to the research, development and innovation of new technologies to produce vaccines and medicines. Thus, it proposes a universal technology transfer model based on International guides from the World Health Organization, Parenteral Drugs Association and the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering. It was concluded that the model ensures reliability between the parties and promotes a dynamic and rapid methodology for application in public health in the country.


    Published on: May 26, 2020 Pages: 84-87

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-5479.000084
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