A global brand.
With global recognition.

Prix Galien is regarded as the highest accolade for biomedical research and development – it’s genuinely considered to be the industry’s equivalent of a Nobel Prize. Its importance has been recognised by prominent figures on the global stage.

Prix Galien: made in France.
Shared across the world.

The Prix Galien Awards were founded in France in 1970 –   named after the Roman philosopher Claudius Galenus, the ‘father of modern pharmacology’. They celebrate the endeavours of scientists, researchers and industry to develop innovations that advance the treatment of human disease.

A different league.
For a league of nations.

The awards are held in 16 countries; Belgium/Luxemburg, Canada, China, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, India, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, UK and USA.