Oncology Leader Liz Barrett Joins UroGen As CEO As It Heads Towards Commercial Stage
The former Novartis Oncology CEO will oversee the FDA approval and launch of UroGen's lead asset, UGN-101, for low-grade upper tract urothelial cancer, and build out the company's longer-term strategy. Scrip talked to Barrett about the transition from big pharma leadership to the CEO of a small biopharma.
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