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Tufts announces public launch of the Tufts Institute for Biomedical Partnerships website/HUB
Date:2/7/2011

unity to those of us engaged in the discovery and innovation process," said Ira Herman, Ph.D., Professor and Director of the Program in Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Center for Innovations in Wound Healing Research at Tufts University School of Medicine. "We hope that this new portal will enable us to establish meaningful partnerships focused on delivering novel therapeutics and cutting edge technologies, as well as significantly extend current standards of care and clinical practice, locally and globally."

In his recent review of the website/HUB, David Damassa, Ph.D., Dean, Information Technology, Tufts University School of Medicine, commented, "The recently-published Institute for Biopharmaceutical Partnerships website, with its innovative Global Pharma Strategy & Project Development HUB, is a wonderful new resource benefitting both the global pharmaceutical industry and Tufts University. The design of the site and its theme areas of "Discover | Collaborate | Innovate" truly capture the unique culture of Tufts University Particularly compelling are the advanced search features of the HUB and its ability to create individual profiles so that use can be proactively connected with research and people of interest. The new site will undoubtedly raise industry knowledge and awareness of Tufts' established expertise and ability to form strategic alliances with industry, resulting in the development of important new drugs and technologies."

The Institute website/HUB introduces the pharma industry to a range of thematic areas of drug discovery and development expertise:

  • Innovative Therapies (Cancer, Infectious Disease, Cardiometabolic and Pulmonary Disorders, Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders),

  • Technology Platforms (Biomaterials and Biological scaffolding, Genetics, Genomics and Cell Function, Translational and Clinical Pharmacology, Functional Tissue Engineering, Functional Proteomic Screens)

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Contact: Christine Fennelly
617-636-3707
Tufts University, Health Sciences
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