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Boehringer Ingelheim’s Head of Human Pharma Regions, Timmo Rousku Andersen shares with Scrip glimpses of his life and professional journey including distinct parallels between sports and leadership against the backdrop of the wider commercialization efforts for blockbuster therapy Jardiance.
The latest mega deals aimed at bringing Chinese innovation to the US have rekindled go-global hopes for a sector badly needing some cheer. But some investors say out-licensing may be the best route and that Chinese biotech must scale back its do-all mentality and focus on what it does best amid a new reality.
Leading Japanese firm reports solid growth in its fiscal nine months as it hints more may be to come after recent major deals to expand the mid- to late-stage pipeline and highlights progress for some key internal assets.
Mounjaro’s fourth quarter sales disappointed some analysts, but the launch remains off to a strong start. Donanemab now on track for full approval in Alzheimer’s, CEO Ricks pledges.
Despite initial underwhelming competitive data on the cancer target, Merck said it is expanding its investment behind its anti-TIGIT drug vibostolimab. Roche updated investors on its program too.
The Swiss major is close to its first submission for ‘pipeline in a pill’ iptacopan but has conceded defeat with branaplam as a potential treatment for Huntington’s disease.
Roche will suffer a hangover from its COVID-19 successes this year as revenues stagnate and its future strategy is yet to be laid out by incoming CEO Thomas Schinecker.
Genexine CEO Neil Warma talks to Scrip in this audio interview about a wide range of topics, including key strategy changes, ambitions to become a leading global biopharma, as well as challenges he has faced since joining the Korean biotech.
The company said the first three cohorts of its Phase II atopic dermatitis study failed, while another trial with a faster-release formulation of EDP1815 continues, along with a Phase III study in psoriasis.
Having outperformed in 2022, GSK is gearing up for key regulatory and market access decisions on its RSV vaccine, but is confident it holds superior data compared with rival Pfizer.
Europe does not have a pricing environment that rewards innovation which improves outcomes for patients, according to Vas Narasimhan, although Germany seems to be the best of a bad bunch.
Even with top-seller Biktarvy and its preventive therapy, Descovy, protected beyond this decade from generics, Gilead is investing aggressively in long-acting HIV candidates and its oncology pipeline.
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