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Domainex Wins Genesis Award for its Work in Supporting Translational Research
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Domainex Wins Genesis Award for its Work in Supporting Translational Research

Domainex Wins Genesis Award for its Work in Supporting Translational Research
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Domainex Wins Genesis Award for its Work in Supporting Translational Research

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This Award was made in recognition of Domainex’s proactive work on promoting academic-industry collaborations, and was adjudicated by leading representatives of the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.

The competition was organized by One Nucleus, the membership organisation for international life science and healthcare companies, in order to recognise UK biotech successes. Domainex is indeed a highly successful biotech company, with one of the best drug discovery track records in the industry. Its medicinal chemistry expertise has delivered 3 novel drugs into clinical trials on behalf of its clients during the last 4 years.

Domainex currently supports a number of drug discovery consortia: for example, working with Professor Alan Ashworth’s group at Breakthrough Breast Cancer at the Institute of Cancer Research to develop a novel breast cancer drug and with Professor Clive Robinson’s group at St George’s University of London to invent a new treatment for asthma. In both cases, Domainex helped the groups to secure Wellcome Trust SDDI funding, and has subsequently provided medicinal and computational chemistry to facilitate their drug discovery, with the aim of nominating candidate drugs by the end of the program.

Eddy Littler, CEO of Domainex said “Domainex offers high-quality and efficient drug discovery services to the global biotechnology and pharma marketplaces. We have also supported a number of drug discovery funding applications to organisations such as The Wellcome Trust, The MRC, DTRA and the Technology Strategy Board, and we will continue to do so. We are currently investigating a number of potential future collaborations with leading academic groups wishing to enter translational research. Organisations interested in translational research with validated targets in diseases of medical need should contact us to discuss the opportunities .”

Keith Powell Chairman of Domainex added “Domainex goes from strength to strength, building on both chemistry and the unique CDH platform to offer customers and potential licensees the benefits of a world-class collaborator. Eddy, Trevor and the team at Domainex should be congratulated on another successful year and a strong platform for the future.”

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