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Externally Sponsored Scientific Research

Externally sponsored scientific research is research that is initiated and managed by a non-company researcher, who assumes the legal and regulatory responsibility for the conduct and management of the research as defined by applicable regulations and the laws of the country involved.

Chiesi recognises the important role that externally sponsored scientific research can play in expanding the knowledge related to a company product and/or its associated disease area(s). This research can advance science and contribute to the development of better medicines for patients consistent with the company’s overall research and global development strategies.

What are our current areas of interest for externally sponsored studies?

Our areas of interest for externally sponsored research are listed below. We are not currently accepting proposals outside these areas at this time:

  • Respiratory
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Neonatology
  • Opthalmology
  • Metabolic conditions

What does the company require from Investigators who request support for externally sponsored research?

  • A well-written proposal with strong scientific rationale
  • Investigators with the scientific, technical and operational capabilities to conduct the study
  • Delivery of research to agreed timelines, and status updates at agreed timepoints
  • Final report or manuscript

How to apply

To apply for funding for an externally sponsored study, fill in the application form and submit your request.

A member of our UK medical team will initially make contact with you to discuss your research proposal in more detail, and provide an initial indication of the likelihood of a successful application. Applications of interest will be submitted for consideration by our global medical and research committee.

Please note, the decision made by Chiesi Limited is final, and will not be subject to further review.

If you have any questions please contact your medical team

Apply for funding