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This page shows the latest infectious diseases news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Novartis culls pipeline to focus on most transformative science

Novartis culls pipeline to focus on most transformative science

Medicines for infectious diseases are among the research projects being abandoned – also part of a worrying trend within in the industry, where commercial incentives are failing to match the urgent clinical ... Society should expect Novartis to bring

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  • The threat of antimicrobial resistance The threat of antimicrobial resistance

    A study recently reported in The Lancet Infectious Diseases found that antibiotics are now failing to work in a fifth of patients who suffer an infection after hospital surgery.

  • Reading human behaviour to create a medical future Reading human behaviour to create a medical future

    that require degrees of self-management, whereas 100 years ago it was an infectious disease world where patient involvement and input was minimal. ... Behavioural science is not a strong part of medical training, which is largely still grounded in

  • Deal Watch February 2016 Deal Watch February 2016

    Alere has annual sales of approximately $2.5bn from a portfolio of point-of-care products in areas including cardiometabolic, infectious diseases such as HIV, malaria, syphilis, E. ... Pronutria's focus is on the development of therapeutics and

  • Searching for health Searching for health

    year. The pharma work is organised into therapeutic areas covering cancers, infectious diseases, immunology, cardiovascular and metabolism diseases with each having dedicated research teams managing all aspects - from finding new compounds

  • The world is our laboratory The world is our laboratory

    Our goal is to improve patient outcomes in the most serious unmet medical needs of our time, including neglected diseases. ... Focused specialties. At Janssen, we have focused our research into five important therapeutic areas: Cardiovascular &Metabolic

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  • Nabriva Therapeutics appoints chief medical officer Nabriva Therapeutics appoints chief medical officer

    Commenting on the appointment, Dr Colin Broom, chief executive officer of Nabriva, said: “Jennifer has broad expertise in infectious diseases and internal medicine with extensive experience in both clinical development and

  • Dr Jan van de Winkel joins Austrian biotech Hookipa Dr Jan van de Winkel joins Austrian biotech Hookipa

    As Hookipa grows and progresses to become an integrated biotech company with multiple clinical programmes in infectious diseases and immune-oncology, Jan’s experience of building companies and his scientific insight

  • Emotive expands client services team Emotive expands client services team

    Biology graduate Rob Mackichan joins the agency as an account manager, bringing experience of working with infectious diseases, rare diseases and medical devices.

  • emotive boosts its client services team emotive boosts its client services team

    Joining as a senior account director, Andy Parry has 9 years’experience in healthcare communications and has worked on global brands in CNS, infectious diseases, respiratory and rare disease.

  • Polyphor appoints new chief medical and development officer Polyphor appoints new chief medical and development officer

    Dr Baker arrives at Polyphor from Novartis, where she held several positions including global head of medical affairs, development head for infectious diseases, transplants and immunology, and global head of clinical

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  • Australian Flu and the dilemma of naming diseases

    In recent times, the potentially damaging consequences of ‘ naming’ infectious diseases have been identified, and in 2015 the World Health Organisation (WHO) introduced its ‘ Best Practices for the Naming of New ... Human Infectious Diseases’,

  • To track disease, follow the money

    Contrast this with the slow march of infectious diseases before the era of mass movement and jet travel. ... But banknotes do not spread or reproduce like infectious agents, more's the pity, nor does the movement of money accurately reproduce the

  • emotive. expands client services team

    as an Account Manager. A Biology graduate from the University of Leeds, Rob has experience working in infectious diseases, rare diseases and medical devices, amongst other therapy areas.

  • emotive. expands Medical Writing and Client Services teams

    With over 9 years’ experience in medical communications, Aki Okazaki who is joining as an Associate Director, has worked in a broad range of therapeutic areas including haematology, infectious diseases, oncology, ... psychiatric conditions, rare

  • To track disease, follow the money

    Contrast this with the slow march of infectious diseases before the era of mass movement and jet travel. ... But banknotes do not spread or reproduce like infectious agents, more's the pity, nor does the movement of money accurately reproduce the

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