New Pharma Partner for Eskitis Institute

19:00 EST 1 Dec 2008 | PharmaTelevision

On the 28th October 2008 Pfizer announced its new anti-infective partnership with the Eskitis Institute at Griffith University. In this interview Fintan Walton talks with Stuart Newman, the institute’s Business Manager, about what this collaboration means for them. Dr Newman explains why the Eskitis Institute has succeeded in the world of natural products where so many have struggled and how they are using their capabilities from 14 years of experience within this field to drive products forward into pharmaceutical pipelines.

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