Something Old, Something New: Drug Repurposing from a University Perspective

Something Old, Something New: Drug Repurposing from a University Perspective

June 19 (Wednesday)
Noon - 1:30 p.m. EDT 
Presenters:
John S. Sears, JD, PhD - Thomas Horstemeyer, LLP
Richard T. Timmer, PhD - Thomas Horstemeyer, LLP
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What It’s All About
The repurposing of therapies for alternative disease indications is an attractive approach that can save significant investments of time and money during drug development. It can also generate highly marketable technologies for the savvy university. Repurposed drugs are generally approved faster, are awarded market approval at a rate three times higher than new drug applications, and at half the cost associated with new drug applications. Academic researchers have successfully begun integrating repurposing into their grant applications from both federal and private donors. In this webinar, we will discuss these themes as well as what, from a university perspective, can lead to a successful program in licensing repurpose.

Webinar or webinar recording prices
$150 AUTM Members
$225 Non-members

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