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GADELHA, Carlos Augusto Grabois; VARGAS, Marco Antonio  e  ALVES, Nathalia Guimarães. Translational research and innovation systems in health: implications on the biopharmaceutical segment. Saúde debate [online]. 2019, vol.43, n.spe2, pp.133-146.  Epub 10-Fev-2020. ISSN 2358-2898.  https://doi.org/10.1590/0103-11042019s210.

The analysis of the dynamics of innovation in health in the context of the National System of Innovation in Health reveals the potential of the articulation of Science, Technology and Innovation (ST&I) institutions with the Health Economic-Industrial Complex (HEIC), in view of the interactions between universities and research institutes with the productive sector. Translational health research depends heavily on the dynamics and relative situation of the HEIC in Brazil regarding the international context. The study analyzes the interactions between pharmaceutical companies and health research groups in the country, using microdata from the CNPq Research Group Directory database (DGP-CNPq), in a methodological approach appropriate to collaborative network studies. Furthermore, it shows the presence of a network of interactions with the productive sector in the biopharmaceutical area and highlights the potential of several Brazilian ST&I institutions to foster the development of the health innovation system. This interaction may acquire a translational perspective for the use of technological knowledge by the Brazilian society insofar as it is articulated with the development of the HEIC in Brazil as a critical link to meet the demands of the Unified Health System.

Palavras-chave : National Science, Technology and Innovation Policy; Health Sciences, Technology, and Innovation Management; Translational medical research.

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