Royalties distribution

Royalties distribution

Scientists working in a lab
The Institute distributes royalty payments to people who contribute to the commercialisation of our research.

Translating basic research into effective new drugs requires great entrepreneurship as well as great science. Our royalty distribution process recognises this work and rewards those whose efforts have led to positive commercial outcomes.

Eligible projects

We are currently seeking people who believe they contributed to the commercialisation of the following projects: 

                     

Venetoclax

Scope: Including:

  • Efforts to understand the regulation and function of the Bcl-2 family of proteins 

  • The clinical development of small molecules targeting pro-survival Bcl-2 family proteins

Contribution date: From 1988 to 14 June 2017

Deadline for eligibility: 14 June 2017


 

MLKL

Scope: Investigations of the biology of MLKL and associated proteins in the regulation of necroptosis.

Contribution date: From 2013 (ongoing)

Deadline for eligibility: Ongoing


 

CIS

Scope: Research aimed at identifying novel small molecules of CIS and exploring potential uses of CIS inhibitors in a range of normal and disease processes.

Contribution date: From 2015 (ongoing)

Deadline for eligibility: Ongoing


Other projects may be added to this list in the future. Please check this page on a regular basis to see if new projects are added.

What classifies as a contribution?

We recognise a contributor as a person who, while employed at the Institute for the primary purpose of research:

  • Published a paper relevant to the commercialised project
  • Was listed on a relevant patent
  • Contributed to relevant commercial negotiations
  • Contributed to a relevant clinical trial

The Institute has detailed eligibility criteria, which you can request by contacting the Business Development Office on the contacts below.

Contact us

If you believe you may be a contributor to a project listed above, please contact the Institute by Friday 10 August 2018.

Note: you will be required to provide evidence to substantiate your claim.

Privacy

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