Sign up for the Industry Watch newsletter and never miss a story again.

Yes, sign me up
Emma Whieldon
Emma Whieldon
4 min. read

We also bring you the latest in malaria epidemiology, understanding Alzheimer’s, cell therapy in MS, a novel method for monitoring autoimmune disorders, and the mapping of a key protein that the coronavirus uses to invade human cells, which may contribute to development of a vaccine.

FDA Grants Priority Review to Cancer Therapies

The FDA granted priority review designation to several therapies in development for the treatment of cancer. Indications include metastatic solid tumors, large B-cell lymphoma, and NSCLC - where, despite advances, there remains an unmet need for additional innovative treatment options for patients.

Researchers Map Structure of Coronavirus "Spike" Protein

Researchers worldwide are racing to develop potential vaccines and drugs to fight the new coronavirus, called SARS-Cov-2. Now, a group of researchers has figured out the molecular structure of a key protein that the coronavirus uses to invade human cells, potentially opening the door to the development of a vaccine, according to new findings.

What's New in Malaria Epidemiology?

To reduce malaria burden on a global scale, concerted global efforts will require enhanced surveillance of endemic transmission and imported malaria cases, mosquito vector populations, climate change, and human mobility, coupled with innovative prevention and control strategies.

Cell Therapy Repairs MS Damage & Restores Motor Functions in Mice

A team of researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) is developing a method for regenerating myelin with progenitor glial cells. When they transplanted the cells into mouse models of MS, the cells transformed into new oligodendrocytes and restored myelin.

FDA Approves Tecentriq as Initial Treatment for Advanced NSCLC

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Tecentriq (atezolizumab) as an initial treatment of people with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) whose tumors produce high levels of the PD-L1 protein but have no alterations in the EGFR or ALK genes.

Air Pollution May Be Linked to Cognitive Decline in Older Adults

Research suggests that air pollution, particularly nitrogen dioxide, may be associated with memory loss, cognitive deficits, and a faster rate of cognitive decline among the elderly.

Novel Tool Developed to Diagnose and Monitor Autoimmune Disorders

Researchers have developed a novel method for diagnosing and monitoring autoimmune disorders. Within a mere 25 minutes, a new test can measure the concentration of autoantibodies in human blood serum with extremely high sensitivity.

You have challenges. We have solutions.

Start a conversation