Jung Won Shin
Jung Won is a reporter based in Seoul covering South Korea, most recently working for PharmAsia News. Her work covers corporate activities in the South Korean pharma/biotech sector as well as government policy and regulatory news. In her role, Jung Won focuses on R&D strategies, clinical development, licensing deals and other major corporate deals and activities in the country's pharma/biotech sector as well as major government measures or regulatory activities in the sector.
Prior to joining Informa, Jung Won worked for Dow Jones Newswires in Seoul, covering stories in various industries and government. Outside of work, she likes to travel and spend time with her family and friends.
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Emerging Company Profile: ImmuneOncia may be late entering the market for PD-L1 inhibitors, but the joint venture between Yuhan and Sorrento Therapeutics aims to develop best-in-class immuno-oncology drugs with differentiated products and strategy.
Celltrion and Samsung Bioepis are moving fast to grab leading positions in the global biosimilars space, but how have these two firms got to where there are now? Scrip takes a look at what is driving their success and where they are heading next.
Following its partnership with Dicerna, the German pharma signs a second NASH deal with MiNA and inks three cancer-related transactions, including divestitures. Also, Amgen buys out Kirin’s half of their joint venture for $780m.
CJ Group plans to sell its healthcare affiliate, in what could potentially emerge as the first major M&A deal involving a South Korean pharma firm in recent years. Although the company has not ruled out the option of an initial public offering as an alternative, the sale plan possibly reflects the changing dynamics in the Korean pharma industry.
With Allergan handing back the global development and sales rights of evogliptin as a NASH therapy to Dong-A, the South Korean firm is now considering an alternative business model around the DPP-4 inhibitor.
ReGenTree has reported mixed results in its second pivotal Phase III trial of RGN-259 indicating that the therapy is most effective in patients with severe dry eye. The results raise some doubts about the treatment’s potential approval for the general dry eye population.