Lynk Pursues Own R&D Path But Partnerships Still Key
As tightening policies cast a shadow over Chinese bioventures relying mainly on in-licensing and shed fresh light on the importance of proprietary development, the CEO of one innovation-focused venture shares his views on strategy in an exclusive interview.
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Plus deals involving Zai Lab/Karuna, Zai Lab/Blueprint, Lotus/PharmaMar, Nippon Shinyaku/Dynacure, Alphamab/Ascletis, Aptose/Hanmi, Shanghai Pharmaceuticals/HUYABIO, KoBioLabs/SPH Sine, CURACLE/ Théa Open Innovation, Signet/XtalPi, Curi Bio/NEXEL, CANbridge/Scriptr and Ligand/CRDC.
The drug remains likely to get approval in Europe, but for now stuck in fourth-line treatment. The company’s pipeline lacks other near-term catalysts.
In immuno-oncology and beyond, Chinese investors are setting their sights on new targets in the biopharma arena.