Pharmaceutical Research News

The social and economic consequences of antimicrobial resistance

Dr Jochen Salber, Head of the Department of Experimental Surgery at University Medical Centre Knappschaftskrankenhaus Bochum, discusses the challenges posed by antimicrobial resistance. At a...

How successful is the new wave of COVID-19 technologies?

Scientists have developed a multitude of new innovative COVID-19 technologies – but which can successfully aid the global recovery from the recent pandemic? Since the...

Innovative bioscaffold to promote healing and tissue regeneration

Next generation extracellular matrix biomaterials promote healing – Is human tissue regeneration within reach? Unlike less-developed species such as the axolotl and zebra fish, the...

Modifying calcium phosphate-based materials for bone repair

Dr Christophe Drouet and Dr David Grossin explain the relevance of calcium phosphate-based materials for bone repair and nanomedicine. For decades, nature has inspired civilisations...

The key role played by pharmacies, according to the citizens

Cittadinanzattiva discusses the findings of a recent report into the role played by pharmacies in Italy as a part of the move towards ‘pharmacies...

Assessing decades of research to further integrate precision medicine

Evolutionary biologists from McMaster University have reviewed decades of research in the hopes of understanding why precision medicine has not been fully integrated into...

Regenerative medicine: repairing fundamental issues

Recent European analysis has demonstrated that the European clinical trial landscape for regenerative medicine is falling behind. The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM) is an...

Connecting communities in medicinal chemistry and chemical biology

European Federation for Medicinal Chemistry speaks to TIP about how medicinal chemistry is at the forefront of recent breakthroughs in...

Revolutionising cancer immunotherapy with BiTEs and CAR T cells

Did you know that T cell recruiting immunotherapies with BiTEs and CAR T cells could revolutionise cancer immunotherapy? In the future, various immunotherapeutic treatment platforms...

CUTISS on the challenges and opportunities in regenerative therapy

CUTISS’ CEO Dr Daniela Marino explains the current challenges and opportunities in regenerative therapy for burn victims and patients with skin defects. Skin is the...

New tech to reduce cost and carbon footprint of anaesthesia

An award winning innovation within the anaesthesia industry has been launched at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, after reports that it reduces both cost and...

Bioengineered bacteria to protect against colony collapse

Scientists from the University of Texas at Austin have developed a new strategy, using engineered bacteria, to protect honeybees from colony collapse disorder. According to...

Pharmaceutical Research

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This field of health service research focuses on examining how and why people access pharmacy services, the dynamic changes in drug research, and what happens to patients as a result of this care.