Generics R&D

In our generics R&D, there is much more to generics than meets the eye. We bring creativity, innovative thinking, and the ability to analyze, formulate and execute in a timely and effective manner. This is particularly true in the area of complex, hard to develop generics, where we deliver a real competitive edge.

Generics. More than Meets the Eye

Our generics R&D is closely integrated with our extensive clinical expertise in developing specialty and OTC products. This makes us the only global pharmaceutical company that has an integrated generic and specialty (branded) R&D capability.
With generics R&D and specialty R&D working hand-in-hand, this unique combination of strengths, capabilities and skills enables new ideas and improved innovation.

Proud of Our Heritage, Inspired by New Possibilities

Great medicines start with great minds. Our R&D group maintains a mindset of exceptional professionalism, matched by speed, flexibility and a desire for value creation for patients, healthcare providers and customers worldwide. Our strengths in generics R&D are directed at fostering discovery and innovation.

Unmatched Technology

Our generics R&D capabilities have expanded beyond tablets, capsules, liquids, ointments and creams to a broad range of dosage forms and delivery systems. These include sterile devices, modified release parenteral injectables, transdermal patches and films, and nasal suspensions. Our generics R&D group continues to develop an array of special delivery technologies ranging from extended-release to drug device combinations.

More Value for More People Around the World

We’re working around the world, and around the clock to deliver affordable medicines in a multitude of therapeutic areas. Our generics R&D activities are carried out in development centers in the United States, Europe, Latin America, Israel, Japan and India. We are focused on the development of complex, difficult to produce, high-value treatment options to address the unmet needs of patients and improve health outcomes.