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Bringing products from the research laboratory to the market – our experts in the fields of preclinical management and intellectual property management focus on the development of innovative medical products.
Intellectual property helps drive the growth and competitiveness of the Fresenius Group. So the primary responsibility of Intellectual Property (IP) Management is registering and protecting our patents. Patent and Portfolio Management focuses on evaluating patent ideas and writing and filing patent applications. These processes take place in close cooperation with the Research & Development (R&D) team, and recommendations are also given for future R&D topics.
Patent and Portfolio Management defines the IP strategy. To further boost the value of our unique technical solutions, licensing activities and challenging projects are carried out, aimed among other things at identifying third-party IP violations. In addition, they evaluate patent ideas and assess and check patent submissions.
Degree in engineering or science
Preclinical Management provides support in the initiation of new medical products along the entire process chain, bringing them from the research laboratory to the market. This means that the team takes on important functions in marketing authorization projects, the evaluation of toxicological risk profiles, and the establishment and application of global standards for preclinical, pharmaceutical development.
In addition to providing support for external and internal innovation projects, the department applies its multi-faceted preclinical expertise to preparing patent applications, producing medical and scientific publications, and conducting pharmacological studies. By offering our employees regular continuing education opportunities such as preclinical workshops and by fostering the transfer and exchange of knowledge with internal and external stakeholders, in our health care group Preclinical Management provides preclinical profiling of the highest level.
Degree in science, e.g. biology, chemistry, pharmacology, biomedicine, or similar