R&D PIPELINE TRACKER
Policy Cures Research’s R&D pipeline tracker contains a comprehensive list of product and technology candidates in the development pipeline for global health priority issues. It currently reflects the pipeline as of August 2019.
The pipeline tracker presents data collected as part of a project supported by the WHO-TDR and Duke University, and owes a significant debt to prior R&D pipeline mapping work undertaken by Policy Cures, published in 2015, available at www.pipeline.policycures.org, and summarised here.
Our unique database with product candidates and technologies for global health issues can be freely accessed through the R&D pipeline tracker.
Our analysis and reports based on this data can be found here.
In line with Policy Cures Research’s mission, our pipeline tracker provides information on product candidates for diseases and issues that disproportionately affect people in low- and middle-income countries, such as tuberculosis, malaria and sleeping sickness. It covers all product categories including drugs, vaccines, diagnostics and vector control products, and all stages of research, from early-stage R&D through to product registration.
This tracker allows global health actors to efficiently allocate funding by identifying gaps or overlaps in the R&D pipeline. It also helps mobilise funds by highlighting the progress made when money is invested in R&D.