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|Title:||Academia-industry interactions in Nigeria pharmaceutical innovation system|
|Authors:||Siyanbola, W. O.|
Oladipo, O. G.
Oyewole, A. A.
Famurewa, Akindele J.
Ogundari, I. O.
Research and development (R&D)
|Citation:||Siyanbola, W. O., Oladipo, O. G., Oyewale, A. A., Famurewa, A. J., & Ogundari, I. O. (2012). Academia-industry interactions in Nigeria pharmaceutical innovation system. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 52, 279-289.|
|Abstract:||This study examined the types, nature and intensity of academia-industry interactions in Nigeria’s pharmaceutical innovation system. Eight (8) top-ranked universities offering Pharmacy as a course of study, 2 Pharmaceutical Research Institutes and 25 pharmaceutical firms were sampled for the study. Interactions are predominantly in the form of knowledge flow and consultancy, staff exchange/fellowship programmes as well as sponsored workshop participations. Intensity of interactions is limited as only 20% of pharmaceutical researchers from Universities and 7% from Research Institutes had strong interactions with Pharmaceutical firms, while only 4 firms have strong interactions with the researchers.|
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