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GSK’s Discovery Partnerships with Academia: 2018 Discovery Fast Track Australian Challenge Information Sessions

March 22 - March 23

Does your research have the potential to lead to a new medicine? Would you like to partner with a leading pharmaceutical company to screen your targets to find compounds that may progress your research towards drug discovery?

If so, the 2018 Discovery Fast Track Australian Challenge is for you.

A small number of winning projects will be selected.

  • GSK will screen your target using our sophisticated lead discovery technologies, such as High Throughput Screening (HTS) and or Encoded Library Technologies (ELT)
  • Compounds discovered from the screen may provide novel compounds to progress your research and or form the basis for further collaboration with GSK
  • Up to $75,000AUD funding will be available to you to support the collaboration
  • You’ll work directly with a highly skilled team of GSK scientists

One-page non-confidential proposals accepted 19th March – 27th April 2018 at www.gsk.com/discoveryfasttrack

You are eligible to apply if your academic college, university or research institute is in Australia

Prior to submitting your application, we recommend attending one of the following information sessions which are strictly for academic researchers only (not for other industry partners or service providers).  Seminars are free of charge.

Seminar title: GSK’s Discovery Partnerships with Academia: 2018 Discovery Fast Track Australian Challenge

 Dr Duncan Holmes: European Head, Discovery Partnerships with Academia

Dr Duncan Holmes, the European Head, Discovery Partnerships with Academia, GlaxoSmithKline will introduce you to GSK’s research and development function, as well as its model of collaboration with Academia from early discovery, to, if successful, launch of medicine.

 

 

Thursday 22nd March, 4.00pm – 6.00pm – SEMINAR 1

Location:  Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, 1G Royal Parade, Parkville VIC
Register here

Friday 23rd March – 9:30am – 11:30am – SEMINAR 2 

Location:  Seminar room at the Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct, The Alfred, 89 Commercial Rd, Melbourne VIC
Register here

Friday 23rd March – 1.40pm – 2:40pm – SEMINAR 3 

Location: Level 3 Seminar Room, 15 Innovation Walk, Clayton campus of Monash University,  Scenic Blvd, Clayton VIC
Register by emailing  linda.richmond@monash.edu 

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March 22
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