LifeArc marks Rare Disease Day 2020 with a call for more translational research

Translational research can turn promising science into new treatments for those with rare diseases. It’s why we…

Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

LifeArc celebrates the UN’s International day of Women and Girls in Science, joining the call to remove any barriers that hold women back.

Alliance enables clinical trial of experimental treatment for epidermolysis bullosa

An experimental medicine to treat the rare inherited skin disorder epidermolysis bullosa (EB) is on track to start trials in patients thanks to the perseverance of the charity team at LifeArc.

Melanie Lee, a life in life sciences

Melanie Lee, LifeArc CEO, reflects on a career in life sciences leading to her win of the BIA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019.

LifeArc AUTM Fellows programme – a look at 2018’s alumni

Here we look back at the experiences of last years’ alumni and hope to provide insight into the programme for future candidates.

Collaboration: Just the latest buzzword in medical research?

(Blog first appeared on AMRC website on 4 December 2017. )   Mike Johnson, Executive Director, Business Development,…

LifeArc splashes out, fuelled by Keytruda

Article in Nature Biotechnology about our new name and plans for the future (subscription needed to read…

Putting patient wellbeing and collaboration at the heart of what we do

Which treatment or diagnostic would make a patient’s life better? This is the starting point of what…

Rethinking drug research, before it’s too late

As we face the prospect of living in a ‘post-antibiotic’ era, there is renewed urgency to rethink…