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Dear Colleagues,

I am a physician at Walter Reed. We are seeking STTR (Small Business Technology Transfer) applicants to develop and validate models to predict hemolytic toxicity of drugs in G6PD-deficiency. This toxicity is a common problem with new antimalarial drugs. A predictive model would greatly facilitate our ability to develop new safe antimalarials for our military, and for civilians suffering from this disease world-wide. Each year, there are 1-3 million deaths and 500,000,000 clinical cases from malaria.

Please see information at the links below.
http://www.dodtechmatch.com/DOD/Opportunities/SBIRView.aspx?id=A06-T035
http://www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/sbir/overview/index.htm

If this is not a good fit for your company, please forward the information to other companies or universities that may be interested.

Sincerely,

Colin Ohrt, MD, MPH
(colin.ohrt@us.army.mil)
COL, MC
Division of Experimental Therapeutcs
Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
202-359-4537

IP: 194.97.163.115

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