Brock signs deal with drug development and commercialization centre
Published on February 13 2013
Brock University has signed an agreement with The Centre for Drug Research and Development (CDRD) that will allow Brock’s researchers to tap into CDRD’s drug development infrastructure and expertise.
“This agreement could not have come at a better time in Brock’s history,” says John Wilson, director of Innovation and Commercialization in the Office of Research Services.
“With the recent opening of our state-of-the-art research facilities and the development of our BioLinc program, we’re making major inroads in developing and applying our research in industry,” says Wilson. “This, in turn, creates jobs and vitality for the entire community.”