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IMI 10th anniversary scientific symposium in October 2018

IMI was launched in 2008 as a public-private partnership (PPP) between the European Union and the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA). Since then, we have launched almost 100 projects, all of which take a collaborative, open innovation approach to some of the biggest challenges in medical research and drug development today, such as severe asthma, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes and cancer, to name but a few. As IMI approaches its 10th anniversary, we have a chance to step back and reflect on 10 years of activity that has resulted in some amazing things happening thanks to the sterling work carried out in our projects.

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IMI BROCHURE HIGHLIGHTS PROJECT SUCCESSES

IMI projects are accelerating the medicines development process, generating new scientific insights, and developing resources for open use by the research community. Furthermore, some of our projects are already delivering direct benefits to patients. Interested in concrete numbers and examples? Find out more about the impact and outputs of our projects in our new brochure, and learn how we are 'Carrying the torch for medical innovation'.

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Carrying the torch for medical innovation

Diseases keep changing, and infections we treated for decades can once again kill. By bringing together researchers from the public and private sectors, we are working to speed up medicines development and turn knowledge into treatments. Watch our #CarryTheTorch video and share it!