Bangalore: The Center for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-Camp) has signed an agreement with the International Health Management Associate (IMHA) of the Cellular and Molecular Platforms Center to further enhance its entrepreneurship and acceleration programs in the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) domain. lab provides lab services to support the local industry.
IHMA has supported disinfection and diagnostic development studies for more than 25 years through laboratory facilities in the US, Switzerland and China.
Taslimarif Syed, CEO and Director of C-Camp, points out that AMR is widely accepted for the 21st century medicine: “… as it is innovative around the world to develop the next generation of antimicrobials and vaccines, the regulatory and commercial pathways to the success of these pathways are both smooth and undetermined. ”
He said the partnership with IMHA would bring global regulatory standards and a world class service model for Indian innovators in the field of drug discovery.
C-Camp and IHMA will jointly facilitate clinical trials, surveillance studies, mentorship programs and other activities for microbiological studies, promoting new drug discovery and vaccine discovery in the development of disinfectant and new-age diagnostic tools to address AMR.
The release stated that C-Camp is making rapid progress in the AMR innovation space and its AMR programs are designed to identify and accelerate the commercialization of innovations, while its analytics and technology platforms are accessible to researchers in service mode.
C-Camp marquee start-ups such as BugWorks have risen to international prominence with an exciting pipeline of next-generation broad-spectrum antimicrobials. C-Camp is a member of the League of 10 Top Organizations, CAARB-X Global Accelerator Network, which faces AMR across the USA and Europe.
“IHMA’s portfolio comprises 250+ healthcare organizations globally that can be leveraged by major antibiotic developers in India to conduct clinical trials and surveillance studies. , Which can be used to assist in the profiling of disinfectant agents during development, ”the statement added.

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