Items tagged with Scientific research

Phase 1 clinical trial of TB drug candidate TBA-354 discontinued (post with simple image)

More investment is needed to expand the portfolio of new TB drug candidates.

Tackling drug-resistant infections globally: final report and recommendations (post with simple image)

The Review on Antimicrobial Resistance released its final report and recommendations warning that antimicrobial-resistant infections such as drug-resistant tuberculosis could kill 10 million people a year by 2050 without an urgent expansion of resources and funds.

Advocates commend Johns Hopkins University for pursuing a public health driven path for sutezolid’s development (post with simple image)

TB advocates congratulate Johns Hopkins University’s decision to enter negotiations with the Medicines Patent Pool regarding the licensing of worldwide non-exclusive rights to sutezolid.

2016 i-Base/TAG Pipeline Report (post with simple image)

Latest annual review on HIV and TB drugs, diagnostics, vaccines, preventive technologies, research toward a cure, and immune-based and gene therapies in development.

Civil society groups issue appeal to medicines regulators and governments (post with simple image)

Civil society groups appeal to medicines regulators and governments on the occasion of the 17th International Conference of Drug Regulatory Authorities.

PLOS Tuberculosis Channel launched (post with simple image)

The Channel features articles on all topics relevant to TB research and aims to showcase the most up-to-date research to assist various stakeholders in the fight against TB.

An Activist’s Protocol Review Toolkit (post with simple image)

The toolkit is designed to facilitate community participation in the development and review of clinical trials protocols.

TAG condemns murderous White House-proposed 2018 budget cuts for health and research (post with simple image)

The full disclosure of President Trump's FY18 budget reaffirms the current administration's intention of scaling-back critical progress in programs and research made in the fight against HIV/AIDS, TB and HCV.

Take action to prioritize TB research for pregnant women (post with simple image)

Join Treatment Action Group in an effort to help prioritize research for pregnant women with TB. Take action today, sign on to a community comment!

Madhukar Pai: How can immigrant scientists give back to their homelands? (post with simple image)

Immigrant scientists play a vital role in the science and engineering workforce. In addition to contributing to their adopted countries, they have potential to use their talents to give back to their homelands. Giving back is not necessarily about giving dollars or relocating; there are a variety of routes to follow. While I can only speak from my personal experience in India, the lessons I have learned might be applicable to immigrant scientists from other countries.

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