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Get insight on executing successful foundation-led partnerships

Multi-party collaboration isn't just the participation trophy of biomedical research and development. No one organization or sector alone can bring a scientific discovery through product development. Building and sustaining a collaborative venture with sometimes competing interests is not for the faint of heart. Foundations can serve as honest brokers, bringing together the diverse parties necessary to move an effort forward. Foundations have a fundamentally different bottom line than other players in the system. While they appreciate the need for fundamental scientific inquiry, a foundation's ultimate goal is always applying science to help patients. Our report provides recommended resources and case examples to help ease the pain of managing partnerships from foundations with experience executing collaborative initiatives.

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