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Sanofi Australia

Sanofi Australia is part of a global healthcare organisation that employs over 100,000 people across 170 countries. Our purpose is to bring hope, relief and cures to patients with the medicines and vaccines that we make. Established in Australia in 1980, our heritage spans 100 years, pioneering medicine across broad therapeutic areas including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, influenza, oncology, immunology, rare diseases and rare blood disorders. Today in Australia we are a leading supplier of diabetes medicines and vaccines. We strive to provide quality vaccination coverage from infectious diseases to all Australians. 95% of young Australian’s will have had a Sanofi vaccine by age five, and one in four Australians has had one of our flu vaccines. Due to our global manufacturing network and dedicated local team of over 700 people, we reliably supply quality innovative vaccines, medicines and healthcare solutions, throughout the country, enabling those in rural and remote locations to access our treatments. Our breakthrough science, technology and unique collaborations allow us to accelerate access to scientific innovation and benefit the lives of patients who depend on us. From the many with rare conditions, the millions with chronic disease to those seeking protection from infectious disease. In collaboration with clinicians, our clinical trials are an important phase of our research, and annually supports access for over 500 Australians to many scientific innovations including those for atopic dermatitis, multiple sclerosis and haemophilia. Inclusion and diversity are at the heart of our culture, allowing our people to feel heard, valued and respected. We embrace news ways of thinking, which is integral to innovation, and allows us to better understand, connect and meet the health needs of people in Australia.

UQ - Centre for Advanced Imaging

The Centre for Advanced Imaging (CAI) within AIBN, is at the forefront of imaging science and is the only centre of its kind in Australia. Bringing together a critical mass of researchers and state-of-the-art preclinical and clinical research infrastructure and instruments, CAI enables world-class research through collaborations with industry and academia while fostering a rich, collaborative environment for our own experts to innovate across spectroscopic and imaging technologies. The CAI’s work is fundamental to a broad range of research fields, from major diseases affecting various organ systems, such as neurodegenerative disorders, cancer, and cardiovascular disease, through to imaging economically significant agricultural animals and plant material, minerals and construction materials. Through techniques such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Positron Emission Tomography (PET), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy, as well as the state-of-the-art isotope production and radiochemistry capability within the centre, our researchers gain unique insights into the structure and function of biomolecules through to whole organisms. CAI’s impact on translational research is maximised through collaboration with clinical research sites and other local, national, and international research institutes. This gives CAI a comprehensive ‘end-to-end’ biomedical imaging capability which allows integrated progression from the laboratory bench, all the way through to a clinical setting.

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