Partnering

Reduced risk. Greater flexibility. Better outcomes.

Choosing Albany Molecular Research Inc. (AMRI) means partnering with a CRO/CMO that has an impressive track record of success.

In the field of discovery alone since 2001, our service offerings are supported by a competitive track record of performance metrics, as well as an excellent compliance history.  

AMRI has created a portfolio of proprietary drug discovery and development programs, four of which are currently available for partnering and out-licensing. Each program has a business strategy to differentiate them from existing standard of care. Our goal is to find partners with the expertise and capability to drive these programs through development and commercial success. If you are interested in learning more about any of these programs, please contact us.

image

For more detailed information about AMRI’s available pipeline programs, please click the links below:

Three of AMRI’s internal drug discovery programs were already successfully partnered and continue to progress in collaboration with these partners:

Discovery Collaboration Record

AMRI’s drug discovery success is supported by a collaboration track record that includes partnerships with large pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, non-profit organizations, and academia. AMRI’s existing public collaborations include:

  • A research and licensing agreement with Genentech for a family of antibacterial compounds, discovered from AMRI's proprietary research leveraging its natural products sample collection
  • A five-year, $43-million contract from the National Institutes of Health to develop pre-clinical drug candidates to treat diseases of the central nervous system (CNS)
  • A partnership with Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. for improved treatments for depression and other CNS disorders that has yielded three compounds in development, two of which have progressed into the clinic
  • A multi-program, fully integrated drug discovery collaboration with CHDI Foundation for the discovery of new treatments for Huntington’s disease