Altasciences is pleased to announce the completion of a second expansion of our bioanalytical laboratory, which provides a cutting-edge research facility with new state-of-the-art equipment for ligand binding assays, and greater capacity for all our clients' needs.
Collaboration to facilitate an expanded manufacturing footprint to enable clinical supply of Quell’s pipeline, including QEL-001 in liver transplantation and pipeline programs in neuroinflammation and autoimmunity.
John Brown will retire at the end of 2021 after nine years in the role.
Dr John Brown, CBE, FRSE, Chairman of Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult (CGT Catapult), will retire from the role at the end of 2021 after completing three successive terms. The Nomination Committee will establish a process, led by Hilary Newiss, to identify and appoint his successor in due course.
London, UK, 16th September 2021 – A 6-month collaborative project was announced today that will help to accelerate the introduction of regulated advanced gene therapies that use Adenovirus-associated vectors (AAVs).
An innovative gene therapy programme which could pave the way for novel treatments for neurodegenerative diseases, has been launched at the University of Sheffield in collaboration with the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult.
An ongoing strategic growth plan from Cytiva and Pall Corporation, part of the Danaher (NYSE: DHR) Corporation, will expand manufacturing capacity and services across geographies for global life sciences customers. The investment, already underway, includes new sites, expansion at existing factories, and is additional to previously announced investments. It follows five acquisitions made by the companies so far this year.
Medicines Discovery Catapult (MDC) is proud to announce an extension to its talented workforce, further expanding the organisation’s expert R&D offer and adding over 80 years of drug discovery and corporate experience to the team.
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