In this exclusive Q&A, Dr Jack Hoppin, CEO, and Dr John Babich, Chief Scientific Officer of Ratio Therapeutics share their perspective on the evolving radiopharmaceutical landscape and why radiopharmaceutical therapeutics have significant potential in oncology.
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The UK’s new vaccine development and evaluation centre will target pathogens for which a vaccine does not exist or could be improved, supporting pandemic preparedness.
Driven partly by growth-based methods, the rapid microbiology testing market is predicted to expand considerably from 2022 to 2027, says a report.
Pfizer has expanded its not-for-profit initiative ‘An Accord for a Healthier World’ to enable 45 lower-income countries access to its full product portfolio.
The UK Government and BioNTech’s new partnership aims to accelerate clinical trials of personalised immunotherapies for cancer and infectious disease vaccines.
Janus kinase inhibitors used for chronic inflammatory conditions are only safe for certain patients, advises the EMA’s safety committee.
The UK’s Sheffield Biomedical Research Centre has been awarded £12 million to help accelerate R&D of vaccines and treat conditions like HIV.
Technological innovations like automation and real-time analysis, as well as industry collaboration are anticipated to become key tools in the global microbial identification systems market going forward.
Coulometric mass spectrometry (CMS) fully quantities proteins without using traditional lab sample testing standards, promising faster vaccine and drug advancement.