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One dose of a monoclonal antibody developed at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) prevented malaria for up to nine months.
Foreign biotech start-up? Uncle Sam wants you! (Despite the challenging funding application process)
Here, FreeMind Group’s Ayal Ronen explains the application process for funding by US Government agencies, exploring the challenges and potential benefits of applying for non-US entities.
Scientists, administrators, staff and leaders at the NIH have laid out their framework under the UNITE initiative to end structural racism in the biomedical industry.
In three Phase I/II trials an experimental gene therapy caused all but two patients with severe combined immunodeficiency to acquire and retain robust immune function for more than two years.
The International Coalition of Medicines Regulatory Authorities (ICMRA) and WHO are calling on pharma to provide voluntary unrestricted access to trial results data.
The Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) was revoked after data suggested that, in the US, the prevalence of variants likely to be resistant to the monoclonal antibody bamlanivimab alone is increasing.
Moderna has shipped the trial material for its mRNA-1273.351 vaccine candidate to the US National Institutes of Health for Phase I trials.
Interim data from 1,000 hospitalised patients with moderate COVID-19 symptoms shows that full doses of heparin can improve patient outcomes and could reduce ICU burden.
A clinical trial in hospitalised COVID-19 patients has demonstrated that baricitinib and remdesivir reduce time to recovery.
The study will determine if the combination of BRII-196 and BRII-198, two investigational antibodies for SARS-CoV-2, can prevent disease progression.