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Immuneel COO On Benchmarking The Firm’s CAR-T Against Mature, Global Data Sets
Immuneel’s COO, Dr Arun Anand, talks to Scrip about how things are shaping for the Indian start-up’s autologous CD19 directed CAR-T cell therapy and the ‘journey to be traversed’ on the pricing front. He believes India could potentially see cell therapies being commercialized in the next 12 to 18 months.
Dong-A ST Faces New Wave Of Change As It Challenges Norms
Dong-A ST’s president of R&D Jae-Hong Park talks to Scrip about the changes needed in the domestic pharma sector and wider industry if Korean biopharma firms are to step up to global levels.
AstraZeneca And Huma On Digital’s Value For Pharma
Digital tools have long been of interest to pharma for their potential to transform many aspects of drug development, leading to many collaborations between pharma and medtech firms. Here, two companies that have been working together to develop a series of software-based tools for monitoring patients – AstraZeneca and Huma – discuss the value of these partnerships and their potential challenges.
How KIMCo Is Orchestrating Korean Pharma Collaborations
KIMCo CEO Kevin Kyunghwa Huh talks about the consortium's efforts to become a platform of collaboration for Korean pharmas, including plans for the latest joint investment project as well as how the domestic industry is evolving in terms of globalization and open innovation.
Ratio To Fine-Tune Radioligand Approach In Cancer With Trillium And Macropa Platforms
Emerging Company Profile: The US biotech’s Trillium platform, which has caught the eye of Bayer, could enhance radioligand pharmacokinetics and bioavailability while reducing side effects, enabling the development of both therapeutics and imaging compounds.
Servier To Refresh Neuroscience Space With New RNA-Oriented Precision Medicine Focus
The French firm’s stagnant neuroscience franchise will be revamped through a new, strategic focus on RNA-based precision medicines for neurodegenerative diseases including both small- and large-molecule drugs, the company tells Scrip.
Bayer May Not Launch In Innovation-Unfriendly European Markets
The attractiveness of investing in R&D and launching new products in Europe is wearing off, especially when compared with the US marketplace, Bayer pharma head Stefan Oelrich tells Scrip.
No Slowdown From Bayer On Business Development Front
“We're looking at opportunities almost on a weekly basis,” Bayer’s pharma chief Stefan Oelrich told Scrip as the German major posted a solid set of financials for the fourth quarter.
AI, ChatGPT And The Future Of Drug Discovery: China Biotech CEO Podcast With Insilico's Co-CEO
After securing US orphan designation for an artificial intelligence-assisted therapeutic, Insilico's co-CEO Feng Ren sits down for a wide-ranging interview in which he discusses why AI drug discovery is more predictable, efficient and cost-effective than the conventional bench-to-bed model. AI's limitations and validations, why the industry should get excited about algorithms, data sets and deep learning are other topics to consider in this fast-growing field.
Astellas CEO Yasukawa On Gene Therapy Challenges, Deal Strategies
Despite facing two clinical holds for its gene therapy candidates, Astellas is committed to proceeding with R&D projects in this modality. Outgoing CEO Kenji Yasukawa says technical challenges have motivated the firm's recent deals with academia and bioventures, and also provided updates on other key pipeline assets in the second part of this exclusive interview with Scrip.
Akeso's Xia Looks Beyond Summit Deal To Independent Global Development, Sales
Last December, China's Akeso struck a major agreement worth up to $5bn with Summit Therapeutics, which set a new record in terms of total deal value for a single asset in the Chinese biopharma sector. Akeso founder and CEO Michelle Xia is now planning to pursue a more independent path in taking the firm global.
Zuranolone Launch Requires Sage To Shift The Way Doctors Treat Depression
CEO Barry Greene and team spoke with Scrip about Sage and Biogen’s focus on short-term, episodic dosing, and said doctors and payers – pending zuranolone’s approval – are responding to the sales pitch.
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