Virginia Drug Discovery Consortium
The Virginia Drug Discovery Consortium (VaDDC) has a threefold mission:
To promote the growth and advancement of drug discovery and development programs at universities and research institutes within Virginia, particularly through inter-institutional collaboration.
To help the pharmaceutical industry bring life-saving and quality of life solutions to patients through innovative collaborations with Virginia’s best and brightest researchers.
To promote and enhance the attractiveness of Virginia as an environment for pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
SAVE THE DATE
The VaDDC Executive Committee is pleased to announce the VirginiaDrugDiscoveryRx: Targets to Translation meeting is planned for the
Double Tree Hotel, Midlothian, VA – May 18 – 19, 2020
Thank you to our sponsors whose participation in the
VirginiaDrugDiscoveryRx: Emerging Targets,Technologies, and Therapeutics Symposium
held at the
Hotel Roanoke, May 21-22, 2019
was key to the meeting’s success.
- Medicines for All Institute – VCU
- Carilion Clinic
- City of Roanoke Department of Economic Development
- Fralin Biomedical Research Institute
- University of Virginia – Licensing & Ventures Group
- University of Virginia – Brain Institute
- University of Virginia – Cancer Center
- Virginia Biosciences Health Research Corporation
- Virginia Commonwealth University – Innovation Gateway
- Virginia Commonwealth University – Massey Cancer Center
- Virginia Tech – LINK
- Virginia Tech – Outreach & International Affairs
- Woods Rogers PLC
- New River Valley IP Law
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