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Regeneron launches phase 3 COVID-19 antibody trial in the UK

Regeneron launches phase 3 COVID-19 antibody trial in the UK

Drug cocktail will be evaluated in patients hospitalised with COVID-19. Regeneron’s investigational antibody cocktail will be evaluated in a phase 3 trial coordinated by researchers from Oxford University as

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    Multiple groups are advancing vaccines based on similar technology. University of Oxford researchers are enrolling volunteers in a trial of its adenovirus vaccine, while Johnson &Johnson and the US government have

  • Developing a COVID-19 vaccine Developing a COVID-19 vaccine

    Researchers from Oxford University have also said they plan to start clinical trials of their COVID-19 vaccine this month. ... The CEPI has currently initiated eight COVID-19 vaccine developments with Curevac, Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Moderna, Novavax,

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    Who knows, it might well have been ‘as cunning as a fox who’d just been appointed Professor of Cunning at Oxford University’ – but his comrades never got to hear it

  • Biotech profile: Tom Evans, CEO, Vaccitech.

    Vaccitech was launched in a spin-out from Oxford University in May 2016, with the aim of using its novel technology platform to develop a range of innovative new vaccines. ... You took the helm of Vaccitech when it was spun out Oxford University

  • The Big Book of Dashboards The Big Book of Dashboards

    He is also adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati, where he teaches data visualisation, and was named the 2016 Outstanding Adjunct Professor of the Year. ... He has over ten years’ experience in data visualisation and business intelligence,

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  • Marinomed appoints CFO, Robin Brown is named chair of Medicines Discovery Catapult and more Marinomed appoints CFO, Robin Brown is named chair of Medicines Discovery Catapult and more

    Ian Walmsey, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Research &Innovation at the University of Oxford and Chair of the RFI’s Interim Board said: “I am delighted that Vivienne has agreed to be the ... I’ve seen how siloed some parts of science and corporate R&D can be

  • Paul Stockdale joins Oxford BioDynamics as CFO Paul Stockdale joins Oxford BioDynamics as CFO

    He takes over from Katie Long, who has returned to her role within Tessera Investment Management, having previously established and led Oxford BioDynamics’ finance function. ... A spin-out from Oxford University, Oxford BioDynamics focuses on the

  • Martin Reeves joins Oxford BioDynamics Martin Reeves joins Oxford BioDynamics

    He takes up a senior vice president role. Oxford BioDynamics – a spin out company from the University of Oxford – has appointed Martin Reeves as its new senior vice president, commercial development. ... Christian Hoyer Millar, CEO at Oxford

  • Consilium appoints executive consultants Consilium appoints executive consultants

    Standage (pictured right) joins the strategic healthcare communications firm from the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, having recently graduated with a degree in modern languages and management studies. ... Meanwhile Phillips (pictured left)

  • Healthcare at Home promotes Prof Sir Jonathan Asbridge Healthcare at Home promotes Prof Sir Jonathan Asbridge

    Formerly, Prof Asbridge served as chief nurse of the Oxford University and Cambridge University teaching hospitals, as well as chief nurse and interim chief executive of Barts and the London NHS

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    Oxford University Press publishes over 100 prestigious, highly cited, and authoritative medical journals, many in collaboration with some of the world’s most influential scholarly and professional societies. ... Working in partnership with Oxford

  • For those who love science and storytelling — consider medical writing

    It’s like watching a narrative unfurl before your eyes. During my time as a postdoc at the University of Oxford, I realised this was really what I enjoyed the most: ... I knew that I wanted to move away from the bench, and when I first learned about

  • A variety of backgrounds, a unified purpose

    What did you do before you joined MedComms? I was a Post-doctoral Research Fellow working on Duchenne muscular dystrophy in the Department of Human Anatomy and Genetics at the University

  • International Women's Day - 8 March 2019 International Women's Day - 8 March 2019

    Malala is currently studying for a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University.

  • Bedrock strengthens Scientific Services team Bedrock strengthens Scientific Services team

    Originally from New Zealand, Emily joins with almost 20 years' experience in medical strategy and communications having previously gained a PhD in Medicine from the University of Melbourne, before completing ... doctoral research at the University of

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