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This contribution of patient-level data from Lundbeck embodies Lundbeck's continued support to increase pre-competitive collaborations between pharmaceutical companies and academia, and to advance effective public-private partnerships. Generous contributions such as these ensure that CPAD can continue its mission to develop innovative quantitative tools and methods to de-risk and speed up the drug development process in AD.
These data stem from Lundbeck's Phase II and III studies that evaluated the compound idalopirdine in AD and include relevant information about disease progression, drug effects and clinical trial design. The shared data are highly valuable and the contribution of this type of data is vitally important to CPAD's work in developing a disease progression model across the entire continuum of AD, from the earliest to late stages of the disease. CPAD aims to provide advanced drug development tools that will aid in optimizing clinical trial designs and execution and facilitating the regulatory review process.
Lundbeck and C-Path recognize the hard work to generate these data and contributions of the many patients with Alzheimer disease, their relatives and caregivers, and the investigators who took part in these trials. We look forward to continuing to work together to advance and expedite the development of new therapies." Joseph Scheeren, Pharm.D, C-Path President and CEO
"We are delighted with this opportunity to share data with CPAD, ensuring that researchers can get the most out of them in advancing the understanding of Alzheimer's and how to best develop new treatments. We are proud to contribute to this work, not only through our own drug development activities, but also in this unique collaboration," said Mads Dalsgaard, Senior Vice President, Experimental Medicine & Clinical Development at Lundbeck. Source:
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