We are committed to scientific research and discovery
Science can improve health and well-being in so many ways, from the development of everyday convenience healthcare products through to life-saving medicines and vaccines.
To carry on our success in finding new products, we have more than 11,000 people working across our R&D organisation dedicated to finding new ways to improve the treatment and prevention of diseases and illnesses.
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What we are working on
Over 11,000 people work in our pharmaceutical, vaccines and consumer healthcare R&D organisations
We share expertise, resources, intellectual property and know-how with external researchers and the scientific community to promote change beyond GSK
Trials in people
Find out about our clinical trials process, how we work with doctors and volunteers, and how to become a research volunteer
Sharing our research
We are committed to reporting the results of clinical research that evaluates our medicines and vaccines
We know that we need to partner with other companies, academic institutions and research charities to discover more
Our use of animals
At GSK we believe we have a moral responsibility to ensure good welfare and treatment of the animals in our care