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Global Care Initiative

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08/08/2017
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The GLOBAL CARE Initiative is an outstanding consortium of 5 Carnot Institutes that covers 4 therapeutic fields of major interest in human health markets: oncology, ophthalmology, infectious diseases and neurology.
It brings together up to 2,500 researchers and a wide range of technical assets and expertise, and manages a budget of $42 million (€31 million) for business development and research.
Based in France (Paris & Lyon), GLOBAL CARE Initiative is an efficient and high quality springboard toward International for RTO, Pharma and Biotech.
Global Care Initiative

The Global Care initiative (GCI) is a consortium of the five Carnot Institutes related to human health, that has been awarded as an "Investing for the Future" program. Through joint business development and R&D activities, the Global Care initiative is promoting internationally the five Carnot Institutes as leaders in science, medicine and partnership research with three priorities - drugs, diagnostic and imaging - in three geographical areas - USA, Europe and Asia. The expected result is an increase in international partnership revenues for all five Carnot institutes.It brings together up to 2,500 researchers and a wide range of technical assets and expertise, and manages a budget of $42 million (€31 million) for business development and research. Based in France (Paris & Lyon), the GLOBAL CARE Initiative is an efficient and high quality springboard toward International for RTO, Pharma and Biotech. Supported by our past experience in translational research and in property management and by the fame of its members, the GCI targets the international health market on:

  • emerging imaging technologies,
  • innovative diagnostic tools,
  • therapeutic advances.

The GCI brings together up to 2,500 life sciences researchers to provide expanded opportunities to our industrial and research partners worldwide. By bringing greater visibility to our R&D offerings, the GCI aims to mobilize multidisciplinary researchers in response to R&D needs.

 

The 5 consortium members:

The GLOBAL CARE Initiative was funded by the French Agence Nationale de la Recherche (National Agency for Research) and Investissement d’Avenirs (investments in the future) on an agreement based on a decision by the Office of the French Prime Minister (ANR-11-CNRT-00-04).