It houses GLP trained scientific personnel with experience and expertise in study design and execution of regulatory directed studies leading to IND filings.
What does DS stand for?
DS stands for Directed Studies
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We have 140 other meanings of DS in our Acronym Attic
- Digitization Stage
- Dil Se (Hindi movie)
- Dining Services
- Diodes for Suppression
- Dip Soldering
- Diplomatic Security
- Diplôme Supérieur (French: Advanced Diploma)
- Direct Sequence
- Direct Solder (semiconductor process)
- Direct Support
- Directing Staff
- Direction de la Santé (French, Sengal)
- Direction Scientifique (French: Research Office; various locations)
- Directionally Solidified (metallurgy)
- Director of Staff (US Air Force)
- Directorate for Information Systems and Services (US DoD; Defense Intelligence Agency)
- Directory Separator (computer programming)
- Directory Services (ISO)
- Directory Sort (Norton Utilities)
- Disc Storage
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Putaski designed the winning portfolio for the Boston Society of Architects' Design Awards, was awarded Wentworth's "Best Directed Studies in Interior Design," and was awarded 2nd place in Gensler's national Brinkmann Scholarship.
Bills and resolutions passed during the regular session directed studies on which to base future actions.
There exists, however, the option to study them in a year-long course called Directed Studies.
Prior to iSuppli, Semenza was a Program Officer at the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Research Council, where he directed studies on IT policy.
Carskadon has directed studies that indicate that the body's so-called biological clock gets pushed back during adolescence.
Evaluations of new cancer therapies in children usually occur long after studies in adults and it is very gratifying to begin directed studies of IMC-A12 in both adult and pediatric patients at nearly the same time.
He has directed studies in which people first stand in an open field and look briefly at an object placed up to 40 feet away.