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J&J bolsters gene therapy unit with $100m MeiraGTx deal

J&J bolsters gene therapy unit with $100m MeiraGTx deal

J&J’s earlier forays into this area include a collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania on an Alzheimer’s programme, announced in early 2018.

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  • Skills shortage and Brexit will hit R&D, warns UK pharma Skills shortage and Brexit will hit R&D, warns UK pharma

    damaging not only universities, but also the country's world class pharma and biotech industries. ... The number of UK undergraduates studying STEM subjects in the country's universities increased by 16% over the last decade (compared to an overall

  • Q&A: Pernille Laerkegaard Hansen Q&A: Pernille Laerkegaard Hansen

    For me, one of these heroes is Professor Ole Skott, Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark, (pictured below) who trained and inspired many renal scientists, including ... Pernille Laerkegaard Hansen is Senior Research

  • Horizon taps academic partner to boost gene editing platform Horizon taps academic partner to boost gene editing platform

    use. The gene editing specialist has exclusively licensed the University’s base editing technology, which could boost the development of new cell therapies. ... Horizon has also agreed to fund further research in base editing at the University.

  • Imbruvica and Gazyvo approved in first non-chemo CLL use Imbruvica and Gazyvo approved in first non-chemo CLL use

    Consultant Hematologist, Hospital de la Santa Creu Sant Pau, Autonomous University of Barcelona,  Barcelona, Spain, and lead investigator of the iLLUMINATE study.

  • Researchers reverse Alzheimer’s memory loss in mice Researchers reverse Alzheimer’s memory loss in mice

    A team of researchers led by University at Buffalo scientists have discovered that by focusing on gene changes caused by influences other than DNA sequences - called epigenetics - it was possible to ... The improvements were short-lived, however, lasting

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