Ipsen Will Pay Salk Institute up to $12.5M To Support Basic, Applied Pharma Research | GenomeWeb
French specialty pharmaceutical firm Ipsen last week announced it will pay the Salk Institute for Biological Studies as much as $12.5 million over the next five years to create the Ipsen Life Sciences Program at the Salk Institute.
 
The program, the La Jolla, Calif.-based institute’s first-ever corporate-sponsored research agreement, will fund both applied disease research of interest to Ipsen and basic biological research.
 

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