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In an exclusive interview, Seth Lederman, CEO of New York-based Tonix Pharmaceuticals, talks about the company’s R&D rollercoaster ride and how it plans to keep its lead asset on track for approval as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Cambridge, UK-based Artios Pharma attracted several new investors for its over-subscribed series B round in August 2018, but the company is yet to enter the clinic with its DNA repair drug portfolio and has many hurdles ahead to validate its technology. Scrip speaks to investors from LSP and Arix about why preclinical-stage biotechs are getting more attention in 2018.
Drug developers and financiers discuss the biggest challenges delaying novel R&D in diseases effecting only women and how poor awareness of the debilitating symptoms that come with some conditions has led to a lack of emphasis on innovative research.
Lars Rebien Sørensen scrutinizes the pharmaceutical industry and shares with In Vivo his vision for the future of the Novo Nordisk Foundation. With 16 years as CEO of Novo Nordisk under his belt, as well as many more years in leadership roles at the Danish company, Sørensen reflects on the past and gives his predictions for the future of the innovative drug development sector.
Established in 1999, Novo Holdings is a Danish private limited liability company wholly owned by the Novo Nordisk Foundation.
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.