Academic

Academic collaboration

Academic collaboration connects Alvogen with people, ideas and solutions. It stimulates new thinking to support corporate growth and provides a great platform for learning and cooperating. Alvogen participates in the MIT Industrial Liaison Program (ILP), founded in 1948, and has also teamed up with Columbia University as one of the official sponsors of the Life Course Project. A unique research project designed to better understand the biological, behavioral and environmental factors that influence the healthy development of young people.

MIT Industrial Liaison Program
200

of the world's leading companies are members of the ILP

MIT program

In 2011, Alvogen teamed up with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) through its Industrial Liaison Program (ILP). The program is the industry’s chief guide and gateway to the vast resources at MIT, a world leader in education and research.

Since its founding, MIT has fostered a problem-solving approach that encourages members to work together across departments, fields, industry boundaries and countries. The resulting collaborations have included thousands of fruitful partnerships with industry and other leading research institutions.

With nearly 200 of the world’s leading companies as its membership, the program provides Alvogen with access to extensive expertise and represents an excellent educational and collaborative platform.

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

As a second generation generics company, Alvogen is focused on new science and technology benefiting future generations of young people. In one of our social responsibility initiatives, Alvogen has teamed up with Columbia University  and a group of distinguished scientists from all over the world representing different academic disciplines. 

Alvogen is one of the official sponsors of the Life Course Project (Longitudinal Investigation for Epigenetic Causes and Outcomes in the Urban and Rural Social Environments). An unique cutting edge and first of its kind research project designed to better understand the biological, behavioral, and environmental factors that influence the healthy development of young people. 

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