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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Danila Efanov
Development and Optimization of the Design of the Project Plan for the Creation of a New Original Medicament
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2018
In today's business environment, large pharmaceutical companies are faced with various problems in the implementation of their projects. Most of these problems are associated with a high level of uncertainty. Generally, it is extremely difficult for companies to guess on what trajectory their project to create a new original drug will develop: will it be divided into several subprojects, will it be prematurely terminated due to unfavorable research results, or will it simply lose its relevance in a few years implementation. For this reason, it is very important for companies to start preparing for these difficulties already at the planning stage of the project. The purpose of this final qualifying work is to develop and optimize the plan of the project for the creation of a new original drug for the treatment of the most common disease in the most promising therapeutic direction. This plan should contribute to the effective and successful implementation of the project.

To achieve this goal, in the practical part of the work an integrated approach to planning a project for the creation of a new original preparation is formed, based on the features of such projects and the elements of planning characteristic for them. The most promising therapeutic direction and the most common disease in this direction are identified, on the basis of the studies carried out. Based on the formulated approach and the chosen therapeutic direction, a plan of the project for the creation of a new original medicinal preparation is prepared. To improve the efficiency of the project, this plan is optimized using various methods.

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