In the 2022/2023 business year, we spent EUR 48 million on research and development
Two of Egis’ fixed-dose combination drugs have won the Innovation Grand Prize. The awarded Egis medicines feature significant innovations as they reduce the risk of cardiovascular events related to atherosclerosis due to the combined lipid-lowering therapy. In respect of these two products the company obtained three patents related to active ingredient development and two patents related to formulation development that are all relevant to large-scale manufacturing technologies. The recognition was not without a history, as this is the tenth time an Egis medicine has received an Innovation Prize or Grand Prize. More

Study on Neuroscience Research wins Egis’ Prize this Year

As research and development are fundamental pillars of our strategy Egis is deeply committed to raise students’ interest in science and help the promising young minds develop their talents. That is why we have been supporting the annual ’Scientific and Innovation Talent Recruitment Contest for Youth’ for decades. This year, Egis’ prize went to undergraduate student Hunor Sebők.


Strategic cooperation agreement between Semmelweis University and Egis

The Semmelweis University and Egis Pharmaceuticals PLC have agreed on an even closer cooperation than before. Our common goal is to further raise the standards of pharmaceutical R+D as well as pharmacist and doctor training by making use of the synergies in each other’s activities. As a result of the agreement, new health industrial innovations can be launched and the Semmelweis University can be extended with more practical educational and training elements that also meet the needs of the Hungarian pharmaceutical industry.


Egis Has Been Awarded for being a ’Future Proof Organization’

Microsoft and HR Fest — the largest HR professional festival in Hungary — established a new professional award category within HR Best awards called ‘Future Proof Organizations’.


New Unit Inaugurated at Egis’s Körmend Plant

Egis and our consortia partners have won 2,332 billion HUF direct grant in the framework of the innovation tender GINOP-2.2.1-15-2016-00023 for the realisation of the above-mentioned project.

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