Items tagged with Research and development

Letter from TB community re: intellectual property rights to sutezolid (post with simple image)

The letter urges Johns Hopkins to assure the timely and responsible development of TB drug candidate sutezolid if transferring any intellectual property rights to Sequella.

Report: Securing new drugs for future generations: The pipeline of antibiotics (post with simple image)

The report provides a high-level assessment of the development pipeline for new antibiotics, and sets out the Review’s initial proposals for the action needed at a global level to kick-start antibiotic drug discovery efforts.

TB community reiterates request to Johns Hopkins to review sutezolid licensing agreement with Sequella (post with simple image)

The TB CAB and TAG restate their request to Johns Hopkins University to allow representatives of TB-affected communities to comment on the terms of any agreement with Sequella before it is finalized.

Tuberculosis R&D “grossly insufficient” according to new report (post with simple image)

With just $255 million spent on TB research and development each year, funding is currently just one-third of the annual target set by the Global Plan to Stop TB 2011-2015.

Appeal to develop VXc-486 for tuberculosis (post with simple image)

Advocates urge Vertex to assure the timely and responsible development of drug candidate VXc-486 for tuberculosis.

The FDA’s concession conundrum (post with simple image)

Can regulatory incentives promote responsible TB drug development?

The 21st Century Cures Act’s “pathway to crisis” in drug safety (post with simple image)

Federal legislation promises a substantial increase in NIH funding — at the expense of a significantly weakened FDA.

Tuberculosis research funding crisis imperils elimination goal (post with simple image)

TAG's annual Report on Tuberculosis Research Funding Trends shows that worldwide funding for tuberculosis research fell $1.3 billion short of global targets in 2014.

Global pharmaceutical industry calls on governments to work with them to beat the rising threat of antimicrobial resistance (post with simple image)

In a joint declaration more than 80 leading international pharmaceutical, generics, diagnostics and biotechnology companies, as well as key industry bodies, call on governments and industry to work in parallel in taking comprehensive action against antimicrobial resistance.

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