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Sanofi-aventis expands R&D in China

Sanofi-aventis has announced the establishment of a biometrics centre in Beijing as part of the expansion of its R&D facilities in China

Sanofi-aventis has announced the establishment of a biometrics centre in Beijing as part of the expansion of its R&D facilities in China.

The state-of-the-art centre will specialise in the design, data management and analysis of global and local trials, in both pharmaceuticals and vaccines development, through all four phases.

The French firm's partnership agreement with the Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences (SIBS) plays a key role in strengthening the company's R&D facilities. This partnership, which is part of the China Discovery platform set up by sanofi-aventis to build relationships with top Chinese academic institutions, aims to identify innovative, first-in-class drugs.

"This collaboration agreement brings pharmaceutical R&D in China to another level, by allowing talented Chinese scientists to become internationally recognised and ensuring that discoveries made in the area of basic research are rapidly converted into applications for treating diseases," said Dr Jia-Rui Wu, vice president of the SIBS.

Sanofi-aventis has also launched a scholarship programme in China to recognise promising scientists engaged in cutting-edge pharmaceutical R&D.

21st October 2008

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