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    Understand disease biology and identify new targets

    In this exploratory phase, we are interested in collaborations to identify and better understand targets with a relevant impact on a human disease. This type of collaboration at a very early stage is part of our “translational medicine” approach: this research model aims to put a greater focus on human disease biology earlier in discovery. This is because we believe that the sooner we can validate our working hypotheses in a human population, the greater our ability to fail fast, while moving projects with greater chance of success into Development.

    We are open to collaborating with all types of partners active on that scope. It includes especially academic health centers that work directly with patients and that can give us an access to less studied areas of biology. By working with us, you will be able to benefit from our ability to drive a potential molecule towards a high value compound.

     

    Sanofi and the Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin launch a research collaboration on strokes

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    To study strokes: this was the objective of this innovative partnership initiated in June 2010. After uniting their ideas, research and day-to-day work, the partners went further and opened their first joint laboratory, near the Charité hospital in Berlin. This collaboration contributes to develop applicable innovative products in the field of strokes. In the future, the partners plan to extend their areas of research to rheumatism, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and regenerative medicine. “Both sides are not only interested in good ideas, but rather much more in their practical use”, said Professor Jorchen Maas, head of German R&D Hub, Sanofi.

     

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