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Team Develops Potential New Approach to Stop Cancer Metastasis

NCATS scientists collaborated with NCI and Northwestern University researchers to identify a new compound that blocks the spread of several types of cancer in animal models.


John Wikswo, Ph.D., and Ronald Reiserer

NCATS Supports Award-Winning Technology for Drug Development

To address challenges in drug development, NCATS supported research on a device designed to make the pre-clinical drug testing process more efficient and reliable.


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NCATS Collaboration Enables Gene Therapy to Move to Clinical Trial

NCATS scientists and NIH-funded researchers at Duke University collaborate to advance a gene therapy for Pompe disease into clinical testing for the first time.


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The Importance of Strategic Alliances

The NCATS Office of Strategic Alliances aims to make it easy for industry and academia to interact and partner with NCATS laboratories and scientists to speed the translation of basic science knowledge into treatments for patients. Learn more about alliances at NCATS.

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Inventions made by NCATS employees are owned by the federal government. Patenting and licensing are used to help ensure the technology is fully developed, commercialized and advancing public health. See all NCATS licensing opportunities.