Translational Challenges

We focus on some of the most under-served health conditions – motor neuron disease, chronic respiratory infections, global health, rare disease and childhood cancer.

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Each Translational Challenge targets a specific area or disease with life science research that’s ripe for translation, and currently immature pipelines to get these discoveries to patients.

We bring our science, advice and funding to these challenges, and also work closely with partners to tap into their expertise and capabilities.

Our Translational Challenges

Motor Neuron Disease

Our vision is a world where motor neuron disease is preventable and treatable.

Human brain with abstract visualization of neuron activity

Chronic Respiratory Infection 

Our vision is improved quality of life for those living with cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis. 

Global Health

Improving solutions for treating and preventing infectious diseases through 3 Translational Challenges: Antimicrobial Resistance, Neglected Tropical Diseases and Emerging Viral Threats.

Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, bacterial disease, 3d render

Rare Disease

Our vision is an ecosystem working together to get discoveries and treatments to rare disease patients faster. 

Blue chromosome DNA and gradually glowing flicker light matter chemical when camera moving closeup. Medical and Heredity genetic health concept. Technology science. 3D illustration rendering

Childhood Cancer

Our vision is to drive life-changing innovations for children with cancer through collaborating with partners to tackle the unique challenges of research in this space.

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