The mission of the Halozyme Non-Clinical Research Collaboration Program is to advance the knowledge and understanding of Halozyme's products and pipeline. The program is open to all qualified researchers who are interested in conducting their own research. Funding may be independent via institutional grant or private sources, or a request may be made for partial support from Halozyme.

Proposed non-clinical research must address a valid medical or scientific question. Halozyme will evaluate proposals based on their scientific merit and whether there is a fit with Halozyme’s development strategy and values. The validity and rigor of the study, evaluation of benefits and risks, confirmation that the study design meets ethical guidelines, intellectual property considerations, amount of funding and reagent requested, experience of the investigator and the investigator’s site will also be taken into consideration.

If you are interested in discussing your non-clinical research questions or ideas, please email us at For more information on our review process, please click to download Halozyme’s Instructions for Submission of Non-Clinical Research Proposal and General Guidance. To submit a proposal, please click to download Halozyme’s Non-Clinical Concept Proposal Form. The completed Concept Proposal Form can then be submitted by email to


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