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BRIDGEWATER, N.J. French drug maker Sanofi-Aventis and a division of San Diego-based nonprofit community health system Scripps Health will work together in the field of personalized medicine.
The two companies announced Tuesday the partnership between Sanofi and Scripps Genomic Medicine, under which Sanofi-Aventis Research & Development will fund up to three grants per year for research proposals from Scripps investigators.
“Our alliance with Sanofi-Aventis exemplifies the ideal collaboration between the pharmaceutical industry and nonprofit research community,” Scripps Health chief academic officer Eric Topol said. “The partnership aims to foster an environment of open scientific exchange in genomic medicine that we hope will translate to new discoveries to benefit patients while establishing a collaborative approach to drug development.”