Europe To Drive Global R&D Collaborations With Pharma Companies
Alzheimer’s disease research could be a beneficiary of Europe’s plan to include more non-EU partners in its new science funding program, Horizon 2020, and a new version of its public-private partnership with the pharmaceutical industry, the Innovative Medicines Initiative.
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