DDW

(redirected from Diseases of the Developing World)
AcronymDefinition
DDWDigestive Disease Week
DDWDutch Design Week (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
DDWDead Down Wind (Pleasant Valley, MO)
DDWDer Deutsche Weinbau (German: The German Wine; periodical)
DDWDiseases of the Developing World
DDWDieter de Witte (technology consulting; Germany)
DDWDigital Data Warfare
DDWDimensional Data Warehouse
DDWDrill Deep & Wide (GM)
DDWData Driven Workflow
DDWDarkness Does Wonders (bar slang)
DDWDowntown Dining Week
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The NVGH's goal is to address the unmet medical need for vaccines for diseases of the developing world by researching vaccines specifically tailored developing countries to the needs of and introducing them first in those countries.
The program will be overseen by a Joint Steering Committee and is based at GSK's Tres Cantos, Spain facility, dedicated to the Diseases of the Developing World.
In a related matter, IFPMA has published the 2010 edition of its status report on pharmaceutical industry research and development for diseases of the developing world.
Scientists from around the world will work in collaboration with GSK drug discovery experts at its facility in Tres Cantos, Madrid where GSK s work researching diseases of the developing world is focused with the overarching goal of developing two high-quality experimental drugs over the next five years.
Building on that progress, today GSK will set out new measures to help develop new and faster-acting treatments for tuberculosis (TB), a huge global health need where R&D has been at an impasse, and to support independent research into diseases of the developing world.