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Inspire your research themes through the innovations made by IMS laboratories
Supporting drug development in Europe is a crucial strategic challenge, as revealed by the recent health crisis. Help a French research centre to develop tomorrow’s therapies.
By supporting the Medalis research centre, you become an official funder of the institute. In this capacity, you can develop strong links with researchers from internationally-renowned laboratories.
The Strasbourg Drug Discovery and Development Institute is a renowned entity training future managers for drug discovery and development. Its Euridis school provides the opportunity for brilliant international students to reveal their innovation potential, and mentors them in an entrepreneurial project right up to creation of their start-up.
Every year, Medalis research teams work in close collaboration with clinicians to launch a challenge open to Euridis students based on an identified medical need: the DDD challenge.
This challenge allows the Strasbourg Institute for Drug Development to attract very high-achieving international talents, and to train these brilliant students up to PhD level on drugs-market-oriented research themes.
The IMS is associated with the Foundation for Chemistry Research so that all donations from companies fiscally resident in France are eligible for a 60% rebate on companies’ tax (Impôt sur les Sociétés) (within the limit of 0.5% of turnover).
The IMS ensures mentoring for its start-ups through its entrepreneurial maturation centre Inedis.
At this stage, a start-up needs equity capital to transform its technological project into a business model.
Your support is essential to the companies to continue the pre-clinical development of their therapeutic innovations.
Supporting drug development in Europe is a crucial strategic challenge, as revealed by the recent health crisis. Help French start-ups to develop tomorrow’s therapies.
Communication on donations by the Strasbourg Drug Development Institute, the University of Strasbourg and the Foundation for Chemistry Research through their communication channels (social networks and web sites)
Tailored returns depending on your commitment: naming of funds or PhD grants after the donor, consultative participation in the scientific advisory board of Medalis or the Board of Inedis, etc.
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