Warren Center faculty member presents at the Solutions for Drug-Resistant Infections Conference (SDRI 2017)

Professsor Marv Miller presented the seminar, “Conjugation of an acinetobacter selective sideophore to Daptomycin generates a sideromycin with potent activity against acinetobacter baumannii” at the Antimicrobial Drug Discovery Symposium at the Solutions for Drug-Resistant Infections (SDRI) conference in Brisbane, Australia, April 3-5. SDRI 2017 brought together leading scientific, medical and…

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Graduate Student Internship Opportunities as GSK

2016 Heart Failure & Muscle Metabolism DPU Chemistry Co-Op positions

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The Heart Fail Failure and Muscle Metabolism Discovery Performance Units are offering full-time, 12-month co-op positions located at our Upper Merion campus in Pennsylvania. The primary focus of the placement will be the chemical synthesis of organic molecules to produce novel drug candidates, however as a member of our multi-disciplinary team you will also gain insight into the broader aspects of the drug discovery process. This is an excellent opportunity to extend your skill set in preparation for securing employment post-graduation.…

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Warren Center highlighted during NDday

The Warren Family Research Center for Drug Discovery and Development will be highlighted during the 10am hour, Monday, April 25th, live streaming NDday fundraising event. Please consider supporting the Warren Center during this opportunity.  All funds go directly to support laboratory research including our collaboration with the Grace Science Foundation

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Second Chance Grant Funding

Give Your Application a Second Chance With OnPAR

If your meritorious application misses NIH's payline, a new private-public partnership pilot called Online Partnership to Accelerate Research (OnPAR) could offer a second chance to receive funding.

How OnPAR Helps

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Rare Disease Day and Rare Disease Research within the Warren Center

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Rare Disease Day takes place annually on the last day of February. Rare Disease Day’s goal is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients. Warren Center researchers have a rich history in rare disease therapeutic research and a few examples are summarized below.…

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CTSI Funding Opportunity for Early Stage Commercialization in Diagnostics and Therapeutics Development

SUBMISSION DEADLINE - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 01, 2015 (5:00 PM).

A common critical gap in commercialization of technologies originating from the academic labs is the funding necessary to develop a robust commercialization relevant data package to reduce the risk of investment in early stage technologies. The Indiana CTSI and Indiana University School of Medicine through the office of the Associate Dean for Entrepreneurship and its Industry Collaboration Portal (ICP), are partnering with the newly created Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation (ICBI) at IU Health to help fill this critical gap through a new support program, Technology Enhancement Awards (TEA), for early stage technologies. The technology may already reside in a start-up company or a clear plan exists to place it into a start-up. The New Program will partner with the highly successful SPARK program at Stanford University.…

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New Funding Opportunity to Support Pre-clinical Assays

Drug Development Services through the Molecular Therapeutics Program

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: October 15, 2015

The Molecular Therapeutics Program, a part of the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, has established a service agreement with Covance, Inc. to support early-stage drug discovery within CTSI partners: Indiana University, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame. The Molecular Therapeutic Program (MTP) will support early-stage drug development studies through services provided by Covance Inc. and Quintiles Biosciences, two contract research organizations that provide pharmaceutical development services. Small grants are now available to help support a list of services available: 

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