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A total of 34 posts are filed under research
The Atlantic: What If (Almost) Every Gene Affects (Almost) Everything?
By Ed Yong (SOURCE) In 1999, a group of scientists scoured the genomes of around 150 pairs of siblings in an attempt to find genes that are… Continue Reading
Repurposing Drugs for Rare Diseases: Collaboration is Key
by Tim Hoctor, Vice President, Corporate R&D Professional Services, Elsevier (SOURCE) The statistics are sobering: an estimated 350… Continue Reading
Pitt Hopkins Awareness Day Coming September 18th
Organization: Pitt Hopkins Research Foundation Submitted by: Jessica Fletcher Sunday, September 18th marks our 4th annual International Pitt… Continue Reading
FDA Awards 18 Grants to Stimulate Product Development for Rare Diseases
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced it has awarded 18 new research grants totaling more than $19 million to boost the… Continue Reading
Novartis: Why Research into Rare Diseases Matters
Addressing significant unmet medical need is a cornerstone of Novartis strategy and why we spend so much time and energy researching rare… Continue Reading
Global Genes: White Paper, The Must-Have Collaborations for Successful Drug Development
The team at Global Genes is happy to present a new White Paper that was developed to expand the dialogue on this important topic, that first… Continue Reading
Washington Post: How to Get Researchers to Notice an Ultra-Rare Disease
(Published originally in the Washington Post) It wasn’t until she read her husband’s autopsy report that Kathy Brewer learned his… Continue Reading
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