Establishing tomorrow's standard of care
Debiopharm is an independent biopharmaceutical company based in Switzerland with an ongoing commitment to improve patient outcomes and quality of life in oncology and bacterial infections. Our main activities include drug development, drug manufacturing and digital health investment.
Debiopharm’s vision of healthcare is not limited to making new medicines available. We strongly believe you can be an actor in your own medical care.
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For 40 years, we have been driven by the same commitment: bringing innovative solutions to patients
Our story began in 1979 when Dr. Rolland-Yves Mauvernay, convinced that many useful therapeutic products were abandoned before reaching their full potential, he decided to establish Debiopharm, a company dedicating to in-licensing innovative compounds and developing them into medicines for out-licensing. Having launched this unique business model with a staff of only 2 people, today, Debiopharm’s 420 employees are now active in a variety of roles within drug development, drug manufacturing and investment in digital health and smart data start-ups.
Together with his son Thierry Mauvernay, they were able to build team of dedicated professionals with a broad range of expertise. Debiopharm is now a group of three companies active un drug development (Debiopharm International), drug manufacturing (Debiopharm Research & Manufacturing) and digital health investment (Debiopharm Innovation Fund).
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We are dedicated to contributing positively to the development and wellbeing of projects we believe in.
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Each year Debiopharm co-organizes and presents two honors: the JCA-Mauvernay Award and the "Challenge Debiopharm-Inartis" Grant
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