Tag Archive: funding

Mar
26

Whats holding back biopharmaceutical research in the USA?

Wow what a week.. If you were a fly on my wall in my virtual science office you would be blown away. My email has seen it all, my phone conferences have been blistering. But I am about to join the dots – and please give me some leeway, I may have stumbled on to …

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Jun
10

The Case for Why the EC Needs to Fund Small Molecule TB Drug Discovery

My previous post may have been too refined..so let me revert to a drier scientific style. In the last few weeks Iain Old, Giovanna Riccardi, myself and several others from the MM4TB project have been lobbying MEPs and basically anyone who will listen to try to raise awareness of the lack of funding for TB …

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Mar
02

Rare disease funding disparity

Day 2 of the NIH rare disease day did not disappoint. Lets just say it was all about the numbers. My extensive tweets can be found with the hashtag #RDD@NIH. John Gallin from the NIH clinical center has 1255 physicians, 240 beds and studies 463 rare diseases. Danilo Tagle from NCATS described their lab on …

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