nebraska drug Development pipeline

An Efficient, Accurate Process

The process for developing drugs is long and tedious, but the University of Nebraska has called upon its experts and partners to streamline and create efficiencies.

The Nebraska Drug Development Pipeline brings together the range of disciplines required for advancing potential new drugs to FDA approval, including medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics, drug metabolism, bioinformatics, microbiology, physiology, toxicology and computer science.

NPPD Concept Paper

Latest Work

Radiation Exposure Treatment

The NU project for the Defense Health Agency (DHA), and in collaboration with Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI), has reached a second increment -- potentially awarding nearly $11 million in federal funding over the next five years. NU researchers will look for therapeutics candidates the U.S. military would need to protect troops from radiation in case of exposure, as in a nuclear accident or a nuclear weapons incident.

Photo from left: UNMC's Rebecca Oberley-Deegan, Ph.D., Ken Bayles, Ph.D., and David Berkowitz, Ph.D., of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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Nebraska drug discovery and development pipeline team

Respiratory Treatment for Exposure to Chemical and Biological Threats

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency is working with the University of Nebraska to investigate novel therapeutic, prophylactic and pretreatment approaches for respiratory recovery and exposure to chemical and biological threats.

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Leading Facilities

The University of Nebraska is uniquely positioned to create and nurture this type of pipeline as a result of its investment in facilities and technology over the past several decades, allowing it to handle the development of drug therapies efficiently on site.
Davis Global Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Davis Global Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Davis Global Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Davis Global Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Experienced Experts

XX subject matter experts from the University of Nebraska are currently involved in projects through the Nebraska Drug Development Pipeline. Here are the leads for each of the campuses involved.

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