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Barry Bunin, president of Collaborative Drug Discovery, describes his company's efforts to help scientists use the internet to archive, mine, and collaborate in their development of new drug …

Barry Bunin, president of Collaborative Drug Discovery, describes his company's efforts to help scientists use the internet to archive, mine, and collaborate in their development of new drug candidates for humanitarian markets. Bunin spoke at Forum One Communication's Web Executive Seminar on November 13, 2007. Learn more at:
http://www.forumone.com/content/calendar/detail/2397 . Contact: Suzanne Rainey / srainey@ForumOne.com .

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  • 1. Archive, Mine, Collaborate ®
    • Community-Based Approaches to Neglected Disease R&D
    Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc. Barry A. Bunin PhD Forum One Communications: Web Executive Seminar November 13, 2007
  • 2. Web Executive Seminars Global Health and the Internet: How Can We Save More Lives? November 13, 2007 National Press Club Washington, DC
  • 3. Archive, Mine, Collaborate ®
    • Community-Based Approaches to Neglected Disease R&D
    Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc. Barry A. Bunin PhD Forum One Communications: Web Executive Seminar November 13, 2007
  • 4.
    • Founded in 2004, conceived in 2003
    • Based in Burlingame, CA
    • Focus: Empowering research communities encompassing academics, non-profits, and for-profit companies.
    About Us
  • 5.
    • Advance drugs for neglected diseases rapidly from lab to clinic.
    • Align research priorities to confront global health challenges.
    • Integrate dispersed labs into a virtual pharmaceutical organization.
    • Include and interconnect everyone who wants to help.
    The Vision
  • 6.
    • Promote discoveries that would not otherwise happen.
    • Utilize limited resources more effectively.
    • Accelerate the discovery of effective treatments for neglected infectious diseases.
    Save time Save money Save lives Our Goals
  • 7. Where CDD adds value
  • 8. New Approach to Global Health Problems
    • Neglected disease strategic focus – community-based approach
    • Benefits for participating in the community:
      • New insights from integrating different experts
      • Faster target validation and drug discovery
      • Instantaneous access
      • Optimizing use of resources
      • Avoids duplication
      • Make new connections
    New Approach to Global Health Problems
  • 9. Archive In many labs today: paper systems and Excel dominate
    • With CDD:
    • teams can easily upload and archive data online, enabling:
    • Focus on neglected disease research
    • Data mining and collaboration within and among research groups
  • 10. Mine
  • 11.  
  • 12. Collaborate Result New leads reveal known drugs that reverse chloroquinine resistance
  • 13. CDD R&D Network
  • 14. Securely manage your public & private collaborations
  • 15. Respect IP
  • 16. Benefits for R&D
    • Archiving data
      • Recordkeeping, continuity, & efficiency
    • Mining data
      • Relevance – understanding & knowledge
      • Helps advance promising drugs
    • Collaborating with data
      • Keep your data 100% private, exchange confidentially with collaborators, or share openly with the scientific community.
      • Publications, collaborations, peer recognition
  • 17.
    • Personal legacy if and when you leave
    • Ability to access your data anywhere, anytime
    • Much more likely to discovery/advance a real drug candidate
    • Access to rest of the group data
    • Become sophisticated with modern informatics technologies – a relevant skill for the rest of your career
    • Better chance to get employed
    Benefits for Students
  • 18. Why try? Evolution of Personal Interests
    • Started in the laboratory with highly empirical experiments
    • Moved from bench to doing community-wide experiments
    • Collaborative Drug Discovery
  • 19.
    • What the community can do that the individual can’t
    • Case study for web2.0 for science
    • Incentives for researchers, benefits for them, benefits for us, how win-win
    • Challenges
    • Future directions
    CDD: Past, Present, & Future
  • 20.
    • "When this really takes off, and I expect it will,
    • you'll be the MySpace or YouTube of the biotech community."
  • 21. Collaborative Drug Discovery Contact: Barry A. Bunin PhD Cell: (650) 219-4153 [email_address] Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc.
  • 22. LEARN MORE: www.forumone.com/wes Web Executive Seminars