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Overcoming Bottlenecks
in the Development of Therapeutics
for Infectious Diseases

Bridging the Gap – Overcoming Bottlenecks in the Development of Therapeutics for Infectious Diseases

August 9-10, 2012
Rockville, MD


The Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (DMID) at NIAID is committed to helping advance new therapeutics for infectious diseases through the product development pipeline. The three key objectives for this workshop are:

  • Review the current state of the translational research enterprise from the perspective of all stakeholders
  • Enable interaction between seasoned translational researchers and investigators who are new to product development and encourage new collaborations
  • Brainstorm on innovative ways to address bottlenecks in product development and consider new ways to capitalize on existing resources

The workshop objectives will be accomplished through a series of case studies of key bottlenecks, a poster session where less experienced translational investigators can get feedback on their ideas, and interactive, meet-the-experts style break out sessions.


Seating capacity for this workshop has been reached. 

However, the first day of the workshop will be available as a live webcast  http://videocast.nih.gov and will be archived at the same site for future viewing

 

The first day of this workshop, beginning at 8:30 AM, will be available as a live webcast at http://videocast.nih.gov.

This videocast will also be archived for later viewing.

 

Videocast

Agenda

Logistics


​For more information, please contact:

Jane M. Knisely, Ph.D.
Program Officer
Bacteriology and Mycology Branch
DMID/NIAID/NIH
Tel: (+1) 301-451-1363
kniselyj@niaid.nih.gov

Rosemarie Aurigemma, Ph.D.
Chief, Drug Development Section
Office of Biodefense Research Affairs
DMID/NIAID/NIH
Tel: (+1) 301-451-5068
aurigemr@niaid.nih.gov

Last Updated May 30, 2012

Last Reviewed May 30, 2012