Innovation

Investing in our future

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Philip Leslie

Philip Leslie leads innovation at GSK's manufacturing site in Boronia. He was recognised at the 2017 Victorian Manufacturing Awards as a Hall of Fame honoree.

Access to healthcare

Understanding of COPD improved through GSK supported independent medical education program

Access to healthcare

No 'silver bullet' to tackle this disease

Dr Sophie Biernaux, talks about GSK's commitment to fighting malaria.

Innovation

Bioelectronics

GSK's Bioelectronics R&D unit is pursuing a relatively new scientific field that could one day result in a new class of medicines that would not be pills or injections but miniaturised, implantable devices.

Access to healthcare

Giving babies a healthier start

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Play-based learning for Australian kids

Access to healthcare

Malaria

By the time the second hand on your wristwatch has circled its dial, a child in Africa will have died of malaria.

Our people

Isaac Barr

Isaac Barr joined GSK as a chemical engineer graduate in 2015. Here he talks about his first year at our Boronia manufacturing plant supporting the team to build a new pilot vaccine facility.

Our people

Ian Le

Ian Le is a brand finance manager in our Consumer Healthcare team. He explains why he loves working at GSK.

How we do business

Open source: the future of medical discovery

There is growing recognition that no single research body or group has the know-how or resources to tackle the most widespread and persistent diseases. Fortunately, a growing number of scientists are engaged in open source innovation that removes barriers and creates a more transparent environment for medical discovery.

How we do business

Crowd sourcing new treatments for malaria

Innovation

Australian innovation pilot aims to reduce cost of vaccination in developing world

Access to healthcare

The fight against malaria

For the past 30 years, GSK scientists have been working with other organisations across the globe with the aim to develop what could be the world’s first malaria vaccine.

How we do business

Harnessing the electrical language of the body to treat disease

Bioelectronic medicine is a vision far from today’s medical practice. But we believe that one day, tiny devices, smaller than grains of rice, could be used to restore health in a range of chronic diseases centred on organs and biological functions.

Access to healthcare

A rapid response to slow acting disasters

GSK is working together with Save the Children and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Australia, to support the establishment of a new Emergency Health Unit EHU which can respond to natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes, and provide essential healthcare during slow-acting disasters like malnutrition.

How we do business

Fostering excellence in respiratory research

GSK has been a significant supporter of The George Institute for Global Health for a number of years and we’ve recently contributed $161,000 to support a research fellow in respiratory medicine.

Environment

Reducing our carbon footprint

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Volunteering in Kenya

Our Community

NYSF - inspiring the next generation of scientists

With much of the world’s future innovation to come from science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), it is very important that the innovators of tomorrow are supported and mentored.

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Keeping our Olympic athletes healthy and ready to compete in Rio

GSK is supplying the Australian Olympics Team with vaccines to protect them against everyday illnesses ahead of the games in Rio.

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Victoria Police - Trek of a lifetime

We have been a long-standing supporter of the Victoria Police Kokoda Project, supporting the initiative since it began in 2007.

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Polio Australia - support of polio retreat to help those affected

Polio is a disease that has virtually been forgotten by our community. Although vaccination implemented in Australia in the late 1950s has prevented new infections, polio survivors form the largest single physical disability group in the country.

Everyday health

Every breathe you take: Alannah's story

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Employees helping communities

Everyday health

Keep moving - Jan's story

Jan was diagnosed with osteoarthritis after noticing aches and pains while swimming and carrying out my daily activities. Jan shares how this osteoarthritis has affected her life and how she manages the pain and inflammation brought about by this condition.

Our people

Dani Nicholls - an inspiring organisation teaches perspective

Dani Nicholls is a Clinical Projects Coordinator for Vaccines, based in Melbourne.

Access to healthcare

Increasing medicine access across the world's poorest nations

GSK expands graduated approach to patents and intellectual property to widen access to medicines in the world’s poorest countries.

Our people

Mark Lambert

Mark Lambert works in customer service and logistics, managing the process from customer order through to delivery at the customer’s door.

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Annette Gross

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Lisa Bonadonna

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Will Quinert

Will Quinert initially joined GSK as a student, before successfully applying for our Future Leaders programme.

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Laura Ljubanovic

Laura talks about her experience stepping up from legal counsel to Head of the Legal Department at GSK Australia on International Women's Day 2016.

Our people

Rachel Bradley

Rachael Bradley from our Consumer Healthcare team explains what she loves about building brand love for Panadol and why GSK is a great place to work.

Environment

Trusted partnership achieves supply chain improvements

When we received feedback that the number of eskies used for distribution of our vaccines was excessive we worked with our partner Symbion to find a solution.

Everyday health

Living with COPD: Peter's story

Access to healthcare

International collaboration seeks to make childbirth safer in developing countries

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A comic book on vaccines

Immunisation rates among Australian children has risen significantly over the years. However, there remains a distinct disparity between children from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and other Australians.

Innovation

Innovation and collaboration with Monash University

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Save the Children

GSK and Save the Children have the goal of helping to save the lives of one million children by sharing medical and humanitarian expertise.

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