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Genentech's New Deal Maker

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

In a wide-ranging interview just four days after joining Genentech, the biotech's new head of business development outlines his team's mission, which emphasizes early-stage novel assets arising from academia and biotech.

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