Thursday, 20 July 2017

A translational research collaboration

09 June 2017 | News

Biomedical R&D is one of the most challenging areas of science across all disciplines and industries. Strategic partnerships often drive success in making the impossible possible.

The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and ShangPharma Innovation, Inc. (SPII) announced a strategic collaboration to accelerate the development of innovative drug candidates through a services relationship with Shanghai ChemPartner Co. Ltd. (ChemPartner), sponsored research at TSRI and its drug discovery affiliate, California Institute for Biomedical Research (Calibr). The parties aim to leverage the drug discovery pipeline, expertise, and momentum emerging from the TSRI and Calibr affiliation announced late last year.

SPII facilitates and accelerates drug discovery by offering funding, incubator space, and other essential support to its collaborators. The partnership with TSRI marks a major new initiative for SPII to enable its mission to support therapeutic research at the earliest stages with the ultimate goal of getting innovative new treatments to patients.

Under the terms of the collaboration, institute scientists will put forth translational research projects to a joint committee comprising drug discovery experts across TSRI, Calibr, and SPII.  In turn, SPII will contribute cash and in-kind services totaling up to $15 million over an initial term of three years. TSRI and Calibr will retain control over assets resulting from the collaboration, with SPII receiving a significant share of future value.

Comments

× Your session has been expired. Please click here to Sign-in or Sign-up
   New User? Create Account





Survey Box

Is digitalisation a global challenge for Indian pharma companies?

× Please select an option to participate in the poll.
Processing...   View poll results   More polls

× You have successfully cast your vote.
{{ optionDetail.option }}{{ optionDetail.percentage }}%
{{ optionDetail.percentage }}% Complete
More polls