The Clinical BioManufacturing Facility is the University of Oxford’s GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) manufacturing facility.
The Clinical BioManufacturing Facility has over 20 years experience producing biological Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs) according to the principles of GMP for early phase clinical trials. We hold a Manufacturer’s Authorisation for Investigational Medicinal Products (MIA (IMPs)) from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), which allows us to manufacture a variety of products including viral vector and recombinant protein vaccines and advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) such as cell and gene therapy products. All IMPs are manufactured and released in accordance with the European Clinical Trials Directive (2004). The facility can also import IMPs from outside the EU for use in clinical trials within the European Union.
We aim to provide the link between academic research and clinical drug development, to allow all our collaborators to make rapid progress into clinical trials.
Our GMP manufacturing facility enables us to meet the special demands for phase I/II clinical trials of novel biotech products within the academic and commercial sectors and to deliver effective short term treatments to the clinic providing long term benefits to the patient.
16 June 2021
The RECOVERY Trial, the world’s largest randomised trial of potential COVID-19 treatments, has found that a monoclonal antibody combination developed by US company Regeneron reduces deaths for hospitalised COVID-19 patients who have not mounted their own immune response.
11 June 2021
Seven researchers based at the University of Oxford have today been honoured as part of Her Majesty the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. The researchers have all played key roles in leading the University’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic, from the development of new vaccines to the discovery of new drug treatments, findings which have saved many lives.
28 May 2021
The University of Oxford has today announced the launch of a new centre of global research collaboration and excellence, the Pandemic Sciences Centre. The Pandemic Sciences Centre will harness the strong global research collaborations that the University of Oxford has developed over more than forty years. Its mission will be to ensure that the world is better equipped to create global, and equitable science-driven solutions to prepare for, identify, and counter future pandemic threats