Drug performance is a vital aspect of new drug development as it draws on interdisciplinary expertise from both pharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics disciplines. It is at the key interface that the discipline of biopharmaceutics has emerged. The past two decades have witnessed considerable advances in biopharmaceutics, particularly with regard to bioavailability/bioequivalence, product quality and regulatory standards of approval. Biopharmaceutics Applications in Drug Development presents readers with step-wise, detail-conscious information to develop quality pharmaceuticals. It is composed of carefully crafted sections introducing key concepts and advances in the areas of dissolution, BA/BE, BCS, IVIC, and product quality, with specific focus on integration of regulatory considerations and case histories highlighting the biopharmaceutics strategies adopted in development of successful drugs.