BUDAPEST, Hungary, July 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
Today, GEDEON RICHTER announced the6 winners of its 2018 FORWARD Grant initiative - a highly-competitive, fertility research grant that is dedicated to fostering innovation in reproductive medical research, worldwide.
The FORWARD Scientific Committee, formed by an internal PregLem
The winning Grants were awarded to: Dr. Maria Elisa Varela Sanz & Dr Juan Garcia-Velasco, Spain; Prof Samir Hamamah, France; Dr Christophe Blockeel, Belgium; Dr Veronika Grzegorczyk-Martin, France; Prof Anja Pinborg, Denmark; Prof Ermanno Greco, Italy, based on their proposals' feasibility, innovation, value to the field and aligned to Gedeon Richter's commitment in bringing science to practice and improving fertility treatments for patients seeking to become parents.
Pablo Arriagada, PregLem's Vice President Medical Affairs commented, "The FORWARD initiative demonstrates Gedeon Richter's continued commitment to fostering innovative, fertility-therapy research across the globe. Within the next 5 years, these international teams of clinicians and scientists will be awarded a total of EUR 1 million to conduct their innovative research. Their promising, cutting-edge work can lead to lasting benefits for patients seeking to become parents. We look forward to funding these visionary projects and supporting their success."
For further information about the FORWARD winners and their work, please visit http://www.forwardgrant.com
About GEDEON RICHTER
Gedeon Richter Plc. (http://www.richter.hu), headquartered in Budapest/Hungary, is a major pharmaceutical company in Central Eastern Europe, with an expanding direct presence in Western Europe, in China and in Latin America. Having reached a market capitalisation of EUR 4.1 billion (USD 4.9 billion) by the end of 2017, Richter's consolidated sales were approximately EUR 1.4 billion (USD 1.6 billion) during the same year. The product portfolio of Richter covers many important therapeutic areas, including Women's Healthcare, Central Nervous System, and Cardiovascular areas. Having the largest R&D unit in Central Eastern Europe, Richter's original research activity focuses on CNS disorders. With its widely acknowledged steroid chemistry expertise, Richter is a significant player in the Women's healthcare field worldwide. Richter is also active in biosimilar product development.
SOURCE Gedeon Richter Plc.
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