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Lucie Ellis

Managing Editor, In Vivo

London, UK
Lucie Ellis, based in the UK, joined the SCRIP Intelligence team in 2012. In her current position as a Creative Content Reporter, she is focused on introducing innovative and imaginative ways to display content on the web and routinely annoys SCRIP’s technology and design teams by thinking too far outside of the box. As a reporter covering the pharma and biotech world, Lucie understandably spends a lot of her time writing about drugs and money or Googling abbreviations. However she has a particular interest in employment trends, social and digital media use by industry, patient-centricity, big data, and clinical research in the metabolic and CNS fields. Lucie enjoys traveling and can often be seen out and about at industry events across the globe as SCRIP’s roving reporter.
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Denali Buyout Validates F-star’s Asset-Centric Model

Denali Therapeutics will pay around $470m in upfront and milestone payments to acquire its CNS bispecific antibody development partner F-star Gamma, lending credence to F-star’s business model of individual, asset-specific spin offs.    

M & A Deals

After Phase III Amyloidosis Failure Prothena Slashes Workforce In Restructuring

In the backlash following the failure of its late-stage amyloidosis drug, Prothena has announced it will cut 57% of its workforce as part of a restructuring plan.

Business Strategies Commercial

Deal Watch: Allergan, Celgene, AstraZeneca Among Biopharmas Advancing Existing Partnerships

Recent deal-making has seen new developments to further existing agreements, including Allergan licensing a depression candidate from the spinout of a company it bought in 2015. Also, updates on deals involving Celgene, AstraZeneca and Daiichi Sankyo.

Deals Business Strategies

Can Synthetic Vaccines Change The World’s Approach To Infectious Disease Crises?

Emerging Company Profile: Emergex Vaccines will use its nanobody technology to develop entirely synthetic immunizations against the world’s most concerning infectious diseases, including Ebola; evolving current options for vaccine stockpiling and national repositories.

StartUps and SMEs Infectious Diseases

AstraZeneca’s Lokelma Approved In US With Label Benefits Over Veltassa

After delays caused by two complete response letters, AstraZeneca’s Lokelma has been approved in the US with label benefits over its major competitor, Vifor Pharma’s Veltessa.

Approvals Policy & Regulation

AstraZeneca Q1: Tagrisso Beats Expectations And Drives Oncology Performance

Tagrisso shines for AstraZeneca in the first quarter and the company is on track for approval of a fifth new cancer drug, in line with 2014 promises made by CEO Pascal Soriot when the company rejected takeover offers from Pfizer.

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