Dr. Sams-Dodd from Willingsford give the presentation "Finding a meaningful target: pros and cons of molecular and functional assays" at the pre-meeting workshop "The realities and practicalities of drug discovery and development", 18th World Congress of the International Society on Toxinology. 25-30 September 2015, Oxford, UK.
A scientific study comparing the effects of MPPT on wound healing to a topical antibiotic is published in Journal of Wound Care. See the abstract.
Scientific American Worldview 2014 features SertaSil (MPPT) in their new annual issue tracking innovation globally. See the pdf here: SertaSil 2014 SAWorldView
Dr. Sams-Dodd from Willingsford gave the plenary lecture "Functional Approaches to CNS Drug Discovery and the Potential for Drugs with Multiple Targets as a Mechanism of Action" at the 8'th Annual Drug Discovery for Neurodegeneration Confrerence in Miami, Florida, USA.
Dr. Sams-Dodd from Willingsford gave an invited presentation "Target-based or phenotypic drug discovery – which is better or is that the wrong question?", which discusses different types of drug discovery approaches at the annual meeting of Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening in San Diego, California, USA.
The Equestrian Life Magazine publishes an article on the use of SertaSil (MPPT) in equestian wound care. The article is available as a pdf: Equestian Life Magazine
Dr. Sams-Dodd from Willingsford publishes a review article in Drug Discovery Today on the problems the pharmaceutical industry has had the pased decade in identifying new effective drugs. Review article: Sams-Dodd, F. (2013) Is poor research the cause of the declining productivity of the pharmaceutical industry? - An industry in need of a paradigm shift. Drug Discovery…
Dr. Sams-Dodd from Wililngsford publishes online article on drug discovery: How To Lower Attrition Rates In Labs. Pharmalive Dec 13, 2012.
Dr. Sams-Dodd from Wililngsford publishes online article on drug discovery: R&D Spending & How To Find New Drugs. Pharmalot Dec. 4, 2012.
Willingsford has relocated its facilities to the New Forest Enterprise Centre in Southampton, where it currently is setting up laboratory and manufacturing operations.