The focus scientific research center is phamax’s physician-led team of researchers and collaborators. FSRC builds awareness through evidence generated by collaborative research among the various health stakeholders. FSRC enables a successful peer-to-peer engagement with local stakeholders worldwide with independent and sponsored research projects by combining the scientific tonality of engagement topped with phamax’s impeccable project management record.

Facilitating Awareness, Research, and Collaboration

FSRC has already played the role of the independent scientific third-party facilitator for both internal and client related engagements.

~3 Billion population

FSRC has generated and disseminated evidence by identifying, enrolling, and engaging various health stakeholders in areas ranging from chronic viral hepatitis, diabetes, oncology, rare cancers, and immunology to paediatric sedation. These sponsored projects generated awareness on relatively underserved aspects of a particular indication or the indication itself.

The FSRC team has led initiatives on advocacy for policy changes, established national disease management verticals and task forces, created awareness with whitepapers, conferences, and publications, and empowered stakeholders with platforms for a share of voice. The impact of these projects so far cover a geography home to ~3 billion people.

> 2,000 stakeholders

FSRC is phamax’s proprietary network for health stakeholders engaged through initiatives to improve patient access to care, best-practices sharing and awareness building, and real world evidence generation and dissemination. This network of >2,000 health stakeholders (physicians, payors, policy makers, and patients) was nourished by sharing interest-specific information and research collaboration for the last five years.


phamax’s initiative in rare bleeding disorders (RBDNow) is navigated by FSRC in collaboration with a medical steering committee that guides the design, development, and conduct of initiatives specific to rare bleeding disorders. Real world data generation, conference posters and presentations, newsletters, and information sharing initiatives are already in process.

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