Areas of Interest & Competitive Research Grants - Bristol Myers Squibb
Areas of Interest (AOI)
Bristol Myers Squibb seeks Independent Research applications across all therapeutic areas. Our Areas of Interest outline additional criteria to help guide the scientific community. All concept applications submitted that best align with our interests will be considered and evaluated.
|Therapeutic Area and / or Compound||AOIs Posted on BMS.com||Pre-Concept Submission Period|
|Start Date||End date|
|Immunology – (ozanimod) Multiple Sclerosis||26-Mar-21||3-May-21||21-May-21|
|Immunology – (ozanimod) Ulcerative colitis||31-May-21||31-May-21||23-Jul-21|
|Immunology – TYK2 (deucravacitinib)||8-Mar-21||12-Apr-21||14-May-21|
|Cardiovascular – (mavacamten) Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy||10-May-21||14-Jun-21||9-Jul-21|
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