UNIVERCELLS will be at #BIO2018 in Boston! Book a meeting with Mathias Garny (CCO) to learn more about our mission to make biologicals for all or pass by the Belgian pavilion BioWin, Wallonia Foreign Trade and Investment Agency (AWEX) https://bit.ly/2EZUZkK
Exciting new project launched at the Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador to expand the access to biological drugs by building “a factory to produce medicines to treat rheumatoid arthritis, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, lupus and breast cancer”.
In this novel manufacturing model, drugs can be produced and directly administered to patients in the same location - Cuenca’s Medical Center of Excellence - cutting out the middleman, reducing costs, and increasing accessibility.Yet another example of the emerging trend in local drug manufacturing projects generated by market forces. https://lnkd.in/ecwpAVy
In 1900, we had tailor-made clothing. Now in 2018, tailor-made medicines?
Check out a newly-published article by Univercells’ Sebastian Püngel in Bioanalysis Zone discussing the future of individualized drugs and how decentralized manufacturing, via next-gen technologies, increases access to personalized biologicals, benefiting patients and healthcare systems.https://lnkd.in/e3FXJsr
Univercells is working towards biologics for all with its platforms capable of producing affordable vaccinations and other biologics for the world. Learn more how vaccines can and have helped nearly wipe out once-fatal diseases like the measles...#VaccinesWork
The recent outbreaks of Ebola, MERS and Zika have served as a wake-up call about our lack of global preparedness for potential pandemic infectious disease threats. The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, a new initiative launched in 2017, focuses on early-stage development of new vaccines against priority threats.
Univercells is convinced that technology-based improvement of manufacturing is key for these vaccines to be available for the next outbreak.
Join us at BIO-Europe panel discussion on March 12 – with the support of BioWin & Wallonia Foreign Trade and Investment Agency (AWEX): https://lnkd.in/g__8yz3
On this International Women's Day, let's acknowledge the efforts of women in modern vaccination. From smallpox inoculation in 1718 to the discovery of rotavirus in 1973, learn the story of five notable women who paved the way for modern immunization: https://lnkd.in/eR9sa-w