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Partnership to accelerate Trudeau Institute discoveries to patient care
Date:6/3/2009

hundreds of patents and technology licenses that have resulted in the commercialization of medical advancements, such as the Prostate Specific Antigen test ("PSA test"), HIV-1 co-receptor usage test, photodynamic cancer therapy, assistive communication devices for persons with spinal cord injuries, and several pharmaceuticals.

"As a basic research institution, discoveries made at the Trudeau Institute often lead to vaccines and other therapeutic strategies that improve human health," stated David L. Woodland, president of the institute. "Trudeau's mission is to improve health and protect people from disease. This partnership will help us to more rapidly transition our discoveries from the laboratory bench to the patient's bedside."

"The Trudeau Institute is a gem, a place where world-class scientists are drawn to push the envelope of immunology research aimed at diseases affecting millions of people worldwide," said Michael Nazarko, executive director of HRI. "Forging strategic relationships geared to delivering Trudeau's pioneering biomedical research to patients is consistent with HRI's mission of advancing the interests of public health," he added.


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Contact: Brian Turner
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518-891-3080
Trudeau Institute
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