RE-configuring MEDIcines End-to-end Supply (REMEDIES)


At a Glance
  • Status: Active Consortium
  • Year Launched: 2014
  • Initiating Organization: GlaxoSmithKline
  • Initiator Type: Industry
  • No disease focus
  • Location: Europe
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Abstract

The REMEDIES (RE-configuring MEDIcines End-to-end Supply) project, launched in 2014, is headed up by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) with research led by the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing. It brings together key players in the end-to-end supply chain, including major contract manufacturing organizations, equipment manufacturers along with regulators, knowledge transfer networks, and healthcare providers.

Mission

To provide a better service to patients and to safeguard jobs across the UK, the consortium has several technology-based application projects underpinned by two platform projects: clinical trials supply chains, led by GSK, and commercial supply chains led by IfM. The project involves several inter-related application work streams.

Consortium History

For current and past news of the REMEDIES Consortium, click here

Structure & Governance

The REMEDIES Consortium was developed by GlaxoSmithKline with research being led by the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Manufacturing.

Financing

The consortium is funded with government money and industry contributions

Points of Contact

Dr. Ettore Settanni, University of Cambridge
E.Settanni@eng.cam.ac.uk

Sponsors & Partners

GlaxoSmithKline

AstraZeneca

University of Cambridge, Institute of Manufacturing

University of Strathclyde

SAP

Robinsons Brothers

C-Tech Innovation

Cambridge Reactor Design

Alconbury Weston Ltd

Blacktrace

Cogent

The Centre for Process Innovation

IntensiChem

Perceptive Engineering

Intersys

Britest

CrystecPharma

GEA Processing Engineering

Mettler-Toledo

Process Systems Engineering (PSE)

Juniper Pharmaceuticals


Last Updated: 06/27/2017

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