Health research today is based on a broad notion of the concept of health. It requires a good understanding of clinical practices, health services and policies. It requires a critical mass of scientists working in various disciplines and environments. Today’s organized, dynamic approach to research requires the existence of specialized infrastructures and costly cutting-edge technologies.
Partnerships proliferate in this stimulating environment, and all partners are striving to fully develop research capabilities in targeted fields. The FRQS has made partnerships a key component; we develop and support numerous alliances with:
-the public sector
-other research granting agencies
-and the biopharmaceutical industry