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Lilly Introduces Global 'Innovation Starts Here' Initiative to Foster Innovation and Quality Science
Date:2/28/2012

further the advancement of research in important therapeutic areas where Lilly has expertise, including neuroscience, cancer, diabetes, immune system disorders and others.

The Lilly Research Awards Program was established in late 2011 to identify and support research and technology collaborations between Lilly scientists and external academic experts worldwide.

The collaborations established under the Lilly Research Awards Program are truly two-way, providing a pre-competitive environment in which scientists in academia gain invaluable access to tools to conduct basic research, and in turn, Lilly scientists receive critical information to help inform the future of drug discovery and development. By 2014, Lilly expects to support approximately 30 active projects a year. Examples of projects include development of new assays, validation of disease targets or biomarkers and improvement of preclinical models.

Three of the collaborative research projects selected for funding in 2011 under the Lilly Research Awards Program are:

  • Department of Neurobiology, University Hospital Copenhagen, Denmark: two-year program that will explore the potential expression and function of novel receptor variants in the brain to generate more robust findings regarding their roles in cognition, particularly as they relate to schizophrenia and Alzheimer's disease, which could lead to the advancement of new molecules into clinical development.
  • Institute of Neuroscience, Alicante, Spain: two-year program that will advance the understanding of the neurobiology of schizophrenia in order to help manage cognitive impairment and treat negative symptoms of the disease.
  • Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis: two-year program to study the roles played by distinct types of signals associated with chronic pain disorders with the long-term goal of discovering new treatments for neurolog
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