Is Neuroscience Back In Vogue? Sanofi Preps For R&D Dominance
Sanofi is building up a neuroscience portfolio from its legacy multiple sclerosis and rare disease foundations by pursuing early-stage research in neurodegeneration, neuro-inflammation and rare brain diseases. Neuroscience professor and former Pfizer drug development leader, Rita Balice-Gordon, will use her academic assessment lens to find the best science and utilize patient groups to bridge the gap between research and neuro disease therapeutics making it all the way to market.
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