We have partnered with a number of prestigious institutions and companies throughout Europe in the last ten years to participate in collaborative research. Below is a selected list of our partners.

 

FemPharma Europe

FemPharma Europe is a privately held medical company (SME) that focuses on women's health. The core competence of FemPharma is health and lifestyle related products and services. The company’s primary goal is to bring several new products to market including the propriety vagina cream eaZing from the preclinical phase to clinical use as an over-the-counter vaginal health product for the alleviation of the symptoms associated with the ageing of the vagina.

For more information please visit the company's website at: http://www.fempharma.hu

 

 

University of Bedfordshire

The University of Bedfordshire was established in August 2006 by order of the Privy Council, following the merger between the University of Luton and De Montfort University's Bedford campus.

For more information please visit the university's website at: http://www.beds.ac.uk

 

Gedeon Richter

Gedeon Richter Plc. is a Hungarian-controlled Central-Eastern European multinational pharmaceutical company. The parent company and its manufacturing subsidiaries in four countries combine to form the region's leading pharmaceutical manufacturing group. The company's products are available, through its own distribution network, to the inhabitants of some 100 different countries.

For more information please visit the company's website at:http://www.richter.hu

 

Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Moorfields was founded in 1804 and opened in 1805. It is the oldest and one of the largest centres for ophthalmic treatment, teaching and research in the world. More patients in the UK go to Moorfields than to any other eye hospital or clinic because of its world-famous reputation. This is based on the expertise of the clinical staff and the cutting-edge research taking place on site. In fact, over half the ophthalmologists practising in the UK, and many more overseas, have received specialist training at Moorfields.

For more information please visit the hospital's website at:http://www.moorfields.nhs.uk

 

Molecular Biophysics institute at CNRS campus of Orléans

 

The Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (National Center for Scientific Research) is a government-funded research organization, under the administrative authority of France's Ministry of Research. As the largest fundamental research organization in Europe, CNRS carried out research in all fields of knowledge.

For more information please visit the institute's website at: http://cbm.cnrs-orleans.fr

 

Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology

The Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology (acib) bundles the expertise of key researchers from seven Austrian universities in the multiple disciplines of industrial biotechnology and bioengineering. The centre wants to be the preferred partner for competitive research in industrial biotechnology, focused on biocatalysis, enzymes and (pharmaceutical) protein production.

ACIB GmbH's ambitious research programme includes development of new microbial and mammalian expression systems and concepts, extended innovative applications of biocatalysis and understanding bioproduction on a molecular and genome wide basis.

For more information please visit acib's website at: http://www.acib.at

 

University of Debrecen


UD is one of the five Hungarian universities that have been awarded the prestigious 'Research University' title by the Ministry of Education. Five disciplines, namely molecular science, including pharmacy; physical, computational and material sciences; molecular medicine; health and environmental science; language technology; and bioethics have been selected as priority areas of basic research. More than 1000 lecturers with doctoral degrees (PhD), 25 doctoral schools, and the volume of internationally renowned research publications and projects attest to the scientific dominance of the University of Debrecen. 140 of the lecturers and researchers have the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Doctorate and 28 are members of the Academy.

For more information please visit the university's website at: http://www.unideb.hu/portal/en

 

Szent István University


Szent István University's rich history dates back to the 18th century. With such a long history and legacy of excellence, the university stands as a central pillar of higher education in Hungary and throughout the region. With 14,000 students it is one of Hungary’s largest institutions of higher education. The university headquarters are located in Gödöllő and has 7 different faculties in locations including Budapest, Jászberény, Békéscsaba, Szarvas and Gyula.

For more information please visit the university's website at: http://sziu.hu

 

Biological Research Centre


The Biological Research Centre (BRC), Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Szeged is an outstanding institution of the internationally acknowledged Hungarian biological research. It was founded in 1971 and has 4 institutes (Biophysics, Biochemistry, Genetics and Plant Biology), employing about 260 scientists whose work is hall-marked by highly appreciated international scientific publications and patents. In 2000, the institute was awarded "Centre of Excellence" by the European Union.

For more information please visit the institute's website at: http://www.szbk.u-szeged.hu

 

Semmelweis University


Semmelweis University’s history started more than 240 years ago in 1769, when Queen Maria Theresa added a medical faculty to the University of Nagyszombat. Named in honour of Ignác Semmelweis, the revolutionary 19th century obstetrician also known as “the saviour of mothers”. The university employs aroun 7,500 people, education more than 10,000 students.

For more information please visit the university's website at: http://semmelweis.hu/english

 

University of Pécs


The University of Pécs with its 22 000 students, 1 600 lecturers and 10 faculties is one of the largest higher education institutions in Hungary and the centre of knowledge within the Transdanubian region. Its roots date back to 1367. The UP represents classical values, while the challenges of present and future times are being adapted successfully as well. Covering a wide range of educational areas, it reaches out far beyond the city of Pécs. The UP operates an independent faculty in Szekszárd and runs significant training programmes in the towns of Kaposvár, Szombathely and Zalaegerszeg.

For more information please visit the university's website at: http://pte.hu/english