Wednesday May 27, 2020

Collaboration is the way forward for pharma

8th November, 2015
David Burke, managing partner, Accreate, presents the Research and Development Achievement Award to Prof Anne Marie Healy and Prof Kieran Hodnett, Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre

The largest research collaboration in the country – the Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical centre (SSPC) – is helping to shape the ever-evolving pharmaceutical industry here.

“Where we used to export challenges in the pharma sector, we’re now importing problems and exporting solutions,” explained Jon O’Halloran, the general manager of the SSPC.

A Science Foundation Ireland and industry funded research centre, the SSPC was announced as the Pharma Research...

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