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Outpacing AMR Infections Through Innovations

As scientists in the field of infectious diseases, it is our life’s work to research and develop solutions to some of the world’s most challenging and dangerous health concerns. While we have made tremendous strides over the last several decades, antimicrobial resistance (AMR), recognized by the World Health Organization as one of the top 10 threats to global health,1,2 could endanger much of the progress we have made.


Tackling the Biggest Challenges in Global Health


Two billion.

This World Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Day, Johnson & Johnson is pleased to announce that this is the number of doses of mebendazole, our medicine to treat intestinal worms, that we have donated for people in need in more than 50 resource-limited countries around the world. It’s the latest achievement in a donation program we launched in 2006 that is helping children, who are particularly vulnerable to intestinal worms, grow, learn, and thrive.

But it’s more than just a milestone.  


Strength in Numbers: How Data Science is Unlocking Innovation, and Transforming the Way We Prevent, Treat and Cure Disease


When most people hear the term 'data science,' they probably think of people sitting at their laptops feverishly crunching numbers using fancy formulas with massive spreadsheets and data visualizations. And, in fairness, that is part of the average day in the life of a data scientist.


Speech Biomarkers: A New Tool in Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials

Imagine a world where a recording of a person’s voice could help healthcare professionals more quickly detect a neurological condition.

Thanks to efforts across the Clinical Innovation, Data Science and Neuroscience teams at Janssen, along with other internal and external strategic partners, this reality may now be close at hand. Recent developments in speech biomarker technology may be able to help predict results of current diagnostic procedures for Alzheimer’s disease (AD). This discovery has the potential to improve clinical trials and patient outcomes.


Clinical Trials: Against All Odds

Clinical trials are a hugely complex enterprise that depend on the expertise, organization and dedication of many scientists, engineers, clinicians, project managers and their teams, strong collaboration with doctors, nurses, hospitals and their clinical teams and collaborations with governments and health care regulators.  Most importantly, clinical trials rely on the participation of volunteers, patients, caregivers and we hope these trials will lead to the advancement of new medicines.  What we do is complex but is also an amazing opportunity to make a difference in the


Here's How We Can


Today, we sit at the crossroads of important changes in the healthcare ecosystem. We embrace new science, digitization and the evolving healthcare environment reshaping our industry and existing business models. As Janssen’s Global Regulatory Affairs (GRA) team, we recognize the key role we play in empowering such innovation. We promote a culture of "here’s how we can." We have a mindset of co-creation and an ambitious strategy to deliver transformational medicines.