U of M Launches Center for Discovery of New Medicines

In an effort to link multidisciplinary work happening at the University of Michigan, and speed up the development of new drugs for the market, U of M has launched the Center for Discovery of New Medicines (CDNM).

Image courtesy of cdnm.lsi.umich.edu

Under the leadership of Rick Neubig, professor of pharmacology and associate professor of internal medicine, the CDNM will ” coordinate and support the development of therapeutics from discovery to the market.” Starting out targeting the disease areas of cancer, inflammation, metabolic diseases, and neurodegeneration, the CDNM is poised to make U of M quite competitive for the National Institutes of Health’s new funding focus on translational medicine.

Read the full article from the Record Update here and learn more about the CDNM on its site.

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