Drug companies, universities unite in new drug development

01/14/2013 | News-Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Ind.), The

Drug companies are partnering with universities to develop drugs, and are even recruiting academic scientists. Critics are concerned about a possible conflict if for-profit private firms get too close to tax-exempt academic medical centers, but life-sciences attorney Van Ellis says Big Pharma needs to be innovative to fill its drug pipeline and academia is concerned about funding its research.

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