India M&As Overtook PE Activity In 2022, Deal Momentum To Continue In 2023
India had a busy deals calendar in 2022, with companies led by Biocon striking large M&A deals while PE activity declined. Scrip pieced together data for infographics on these deals. A multitude of factors is expected to keep the momentum going in 2023
The Deal Landscape At Mid-Year: Is Industry Following Through On Business Development Promises?
INFOGRAPHIC: Going into 2022, there were high expectations for deal-making, but industry continues to face significant headwinds. Scrip reviewed M&A and alliance activity for the first half of the year to track how business development is shaping up in 2022.
Titans Of Pharma 2022: Johnson & Johnson Pays Highest Exec Compensation Again
Infographic: A snapshot of executive compensation at the world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies. Explore our interactive dashboard and visualizations comparing remuneration packages with other key company metrics.
COVID-19 Vaccine Pediatric Landscape In India - Biological E Scores, Zydus At Zero
India’s COVID-19 immunization focus has shifted to children as over 88% adults are fully vaccinated. However, Scrip’s examination of weekly data reveals the number of doses given to children are also dropping sharply off peaks. Meanwhile, Biological E is winning over others like Novavax in this segment while Zydus Lifesciences is yet to score
Challenging Alzheimer's: Korean Firms Forge Ahead In Multiple Modalities
Scrip takes an infographic look at where South Korea stands in the development of a wide-ranging set of drugs for Alzheimer’s disease and which companies are still in the challenging race.
Russia-Ukraine War Likely To Claim Sputnik V Partners As Casualty
In light of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Scrip looks at data to gauge if manufacturing partners for COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V or Light, in India, China and Korea could be left holding unsold inventory earmarked for exports
2021 Deal Snapshot: Continued Emphasis On Bolt-Ons, Alliances Up
INFOGRAPHIC: M&A deals valued at $10bn or more were scarce in 2021, as the industry focused on easier-to-integrate bolt-ons. Alliance activity increased, but the average value on licensing and partnership deals was lower than in 2020.
Who Were Big Pharma's Top Deal-Makers In 2021?
INFOGRAPHIC: Roche/Genentech was the busiest deal-maker in big pharma for second consecutive year in 2021, followed by Sanofi, Takeda, Lilly, Novartis and Pfizer.
Bugs As Drugs: The Budding Microbiome Modulator Pipeline
INFOGRAPHIC: The sheer number of micro-organisms in the human body and their functions makes the microbiome a ripe target for therapeutic intervention. While still rather early, data show the microbiome modulator pipeline has immense potential across a range of therapeutic areas, not just in gastrointestinal disease.
Scorching COVID-19 Era Returns From India Biotech, Healthcare Funds Outpace The Globe
Early COVID-19 therapies including Gilead’s remdesivir, China-plus procurement policies, vaccine partnerships and a dovish stance by the central bank led to returns on India biotech and healthcare funds outperforming global returns. Meanwhile, funding for e-pharmacies and online consulting firms gathered pace.
Breast Cancer Trial Enrollment Illustrates Diversity Challenge
INFOGRAPHIC: Data on industry-sponsored breast cancer studies posted on ClinicalTrials.gov shows how much work remains for drug makers to ensure their studies enroll diverse populations.
Alzheimer’s Disease: Many Failures Before One Success
For Biogen/Eisai’s success with Aduhelm, there were 93 failures in the anti-amyloid field. Scrip took a look back at how the pipeline for amyloid-targeting Alzheimer’s drugs progressed over roughly the past decade to showcase exactly how difficult the Alzheimer’s space has been.
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