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Tufts Launches Institute for Biopharmaceutical Partnerships
Date:2/11/2011

al Tissue Engineering, Functional Proteomic Screens)
  • Discovery & Development Services (Target Identification and Validation, Structural and Chemical Biology-Based Drug Design, Metabolic Analysis of Drug Candidates, In Vitro Models of Drug Transport, Experimental and Spontaneous Models of Disease),
  • Drug Development Science (Drug Disposition and Clinical Pharmacokinetics, Clinical Pharmacology, Drug Development and Regulation, Protocol Design and Complexity, New Models of Pharmaceutical Innovation, Pharmaceutical Economics)
  • Research Constellations (Establishment of non-traditional networks of robust research activities, including Regenerative Medicine, Biology and Aging, and Inflammation).

  • "The Web site/HUB is not simply an electronic repository of individuals, but a cogent, strategic expression of potential commercialization opportunities," said Dr Botticelli.

    Researchers and companies interested in learning more about the University's drug discovery and development capabilities and how best to enter into a collaborative relationship with Tufts, can access information by navigating through the introductory "Institute" overview and learn about the Institute's focus, leadership, business model, and research, technology, and science, as well as research constellations that it represents.  Upon entering the "HUB," users can obtain relevant information regarding therapeutic areas, technology platforms, discovery and development services, drug development science, and robust non-traditional research networks, including specific Tufts University practitioners engaged in such activities.  Under "Faculty Member Profiles" detailed information on principal investigators can be obtained, including biosketches, areas of research interest, intellectual property estates, industry experiences, and relevant scientific publications.

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