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Pandemics/Epidemics (Free)

An epidemic is the rapid spread of disease to a large number of people in a given population within a short period of time. A pandemic is an epidemic of an infectious disease that crosses international boundaries. Initial containment seeks to stop the spread of the infectious agent. If unsuccessful, efforts are directed at slowing the spread of disease and mitigate its effects on the health care system and society. Various treatment methods are common to many infectious disease. Vaccines are also developed as quickly as possible to prevent widespread damage.


Top 10 Corporate Owners


 
Issued Patent Count   
 
Published Application Count

Corporation Patents and Published Applications Count
1. Inventor
 
 
124
2. NOVAVAX, Inc.
 
 
71
3. Moderna Therapeutics, Inc.
 
 
43
4. IBM
 
 
37
5. United States of America
 
 
24
6. Sorrento Therapeutics, Inc.
 
 
22
7. The University Of British Columbia
 
 
22
8. National Institutes Of Health (NIH)
 
 
20
9. MedImmune, LLC
 
 
20
10. University of Pennsylvania
 
 
20




Invention Categorization and Classification

Categorization and Classification Patents and Published Applications
  • Management
  •  
    639
    283 Detect&Monitor , 80 Sanitation , 44 Diagnosis , 43 Prevention , 34 Tracking , 29 General , 27 Contact tracing , 19 Testing , 19 Alert , 16 Bioagent Identification , 15 Forecasting , 12 Transmission , 12 Economic , 4 Production , 2 Weather
  • Tx
  •  
    293
    157 Pharma&Biopharma , 79 Antibodies , 27 Devices , 14 Immunity , 6 Telemedicine , 6 Botanicals , 4 Nutriceuticals
  • Vaccine
  •  
    421
    166 Influenza , 82 Coronavirus , 67 Platform , 44 Other , 30 Adjuvant , 7 Zika , 4 Mumps , 3 PRRSV , 3 Measles , 3 Ebola , 3 Borrelia , 2 Yersinia , 2 Norovirus , 2 Menigococcus , 2 E.coli , 1 Vibrio cholerae
  • Data Mining
  •  
    69
    25 Data Integration , 20 Outbreaks , 14 Health Risks , 10 Devices


    Recent Published Activity in Pandemics/Epidemics (Free) as of April 13, 2021