New drugs, why the wait? How new drugs are discovered in the 21st century
Professor Katherine Andrews
Associate Professor Rohan Davis
Professor Vicky Avery
Professor Jonathan Baell
Prof Maree Smith
Drug discovery and development is a multi-step, interdisciplinary process that easily can take over a decade. People outside of the drug discovery and development process often ask why? Why does it take so long to move a new therapeutic idea into the clinic to benefit patients? Why can't it happen sooner?
Join us for another Griffith Sciences IMPACT event with a panel discussion, led by the Griffith Insitute for Drug Discovery. Join with chemists, biologists and developers working on solving some of the most troubling and widespread diseases on the globe, to discuss the many factors that influence how fast a drug candidate progresses through development towards the clinic and into market.