British Society for Nanomedicine
The British Society for Nanomedicine (BSNM) is a registered charity established in 2012 with a mission to direct explanation of the ongoing science and commercial developments to allow the public to understand and stay in touch with this exciting area as it impacts future global healthcare. BSNM members can also present their latest advances and showcase their work to industry and other researchers.
Clinton Health Access Initiative
Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) is a global health organisation committed to saving lives and reducing the burden of disease in low-and middle-income countries. CELT and CHAI work together on the LONGEVITY project on commercialisation and development of pricing strategies for long-acting medicines, as well as vital contribution to regulatory and process chemistry work to the product development activities ongoing with other LONGEVITY partners.
Drug Delivery Experts
Drug Delivery Experts offer specialist expertise in contract drug product research and development, simple solution to complex liquid formulations, and clinical trial materials manufacturing in a sterile suite. They specialise in parenteral drug products from solutions to particulate systems and long-acting technologies with additional experience in oral, nasal, and ocular formulation development.
Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative
Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative (DNDi) develop urgently needed treatments for neglected patients and work to ensure they’re affordable, available, and adapted to the communities who need them. CELT and DNDi work together to accelerate progress and strengthen innovation ecosystems that put patient’s needs first.
European Nanotechnology Characterisation Laboratory
European Nanotechnology Characterisation Laboratory (EUNCL) supports the development of nanomedicines through to clinical studies. CELT investigators are the only UK partners in the EUNCL infrastructure and lead the assay groups on immunological and haematological characterisation of nanomedicines.
Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University (JHU) is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland. The collaboration between Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and CELT was established to implement clinical development for malaria and hepatitis C virus for to the LONGEVITY project. JHU investigators bring world-leading expertise to the partnership that spans from medicinal chemistry through to clinical pharmacology.
Long-acting/Extended Release Antiretroviral Research Resource Programme (LEAP)
LEAP is a central communications hub and data repository for investigators developing LA/ER treatment for HIV, tuberculosis, and viral hepatitis. LEAP has been instrumental in moving the long-acting drug delivery field forward as it relates to infectious diseases and the LEAP modelling and simulation core is based within CELT.
Medicines Patent Pool
Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) is a United Nations-backed public health organisation working to increase access to, and facilitate the development of, life-saving medicines for low- and middle-income countries. CELT investigators were the first academic inventors to licence patents to MPP to reduce barriers to global product availability.
Queen's University Belfast
Queen’s University Belfast is a member of the Russell Group UK research-intensive universities, providing world-class education underpinned by world-class research. CELT and Queens University Belfast are collaborating on a research and development project for Microarray Patches (MAPs) that facilitate long-acting drug delivery.
Tandem Nano Ltd.
Tandem Nano Ltd. is a University of Liverpool start-up company focused on the development of its proprietary SDN (Solid Drug Nanoparticle) technology platform which has the potential to transform the delivery of active compounds in industries as diverse as pharmaceuticals to agrochemicals.
Treatment Action Group
Treatment Action Group (TAG) is an independent, activist and community-based research and policy think tank committed to racial, gender, and LGBTQ+ equity; social justice; and liberation, fighting for better treatment, prevention, a vaccine, and a cure for HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis C virus. CELT works with TAG on the LONGEVITY project to engage and strengthen technical capacity with civil society and community partners on education and advocacy that shapes research strategies and helps pave the way to future deployment of long-acting technologies that meet the needs of affected communities.
University of Nebraska Medical Centre
University of Nebraska Medical Centre (UNMC) is a public medical school in Omaha, Nebraska providing premier educational programs, innovative research and extraordinary patient care. CELT is working with UNMC to survey the interests and attitudes of patients and providers in relevant country contexts for long-acting formulations for the prevention and/or treatment of malaria, tuberculosis and hepatitis C virus.
University of Witswatersrand / Ezintsha
Ezintsha works to improve aspects of health care in the public sector, with a particular focus on treatment optimisation, drug access and medical technologies in the areas of HIV and non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Their aim is to ﬁnd ways to move the needle on global health by informing public health policy and practice in South Africa, the Southern African region, and in other parts of the world. Ezintsha is part of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa.