Pharmacy school solves data management issues

The School of Pharmacy at Nottingham University (UK) is using IDBS' E-WorkBook to adhere to good governance procedures, achieve IP protection and visibility, and effectively manage its research activities.

The University of Nottingham’s School of Pharmacy is one of the world’s highest ranking schools of pharmacy and has continued to significantly enhance the development of new medicines. The school is recognised for its forward thinking approach and has received a ranking of 'international excellence' for its research activities. E-WorkBook provides an efficient solution that will enable up to 300 researchers and managers within the School of Pharmacy to find and protect valuable IP assets, effectively manage all of the school’s research activities, while also adhering to the highest standards of research governance.

Professor Saul Tendler, head of the school, said: 'I am really delighted to be working with IDBS on this exciting project. The E-WorkBook will help and support the school in maintaining its position as one of the world's leading pharmacy schools.'

Neil Kipling, founder and CEO of IDBS, commented: 'Universities are playing an increasingly important role in promoting global access to essential medicines and are a major contributor to health-related innovations. We are pleased to welcome the School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham to our growing customer base. Following a rigorous tender process, IDBS was selected as the vendor of choice and we are very proud to be working with a leading school of pharmacy to help them become more responsive to the scientific landscape.'

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