How J&J Scientist Koul Hopes To Reboot R&D At India’s IMTECH
Anil Koul, part of the Johnson & Johnson team that discovered and developed TB drug Sirturo, is currently on a sabbatical to head up IMTECH, an Indian R&D institute. Koul shares with Scrip the ups and downs of Sirturo's development journey and outlines what he hopes to achieve at IMTECH.
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