Pharma R&D Today
Ideas and Insight supporting all stages of Drug Discovery & Development
About the author:
Biotechnologist myself I have had a pleasure to work with amazing brains in diagnostics, molecular biology, chemistry and pharma R&D. I love science and I think that in the age of big data and constant information influx the beauty of it, is being lost somewhere between complicated terminology and complexity of the subject itself.
While back I was dreaming of working in science communication and building that bridge between the science and the rest of the world. Currently I am fulfilling that dream working as a Life Sciences Solutions Sales Manager at Elsevier and privately running a popular science blog ‘De-science The Science’.
If that does not convince you I also have a black belt in Traditional Karate Shotokan.
Posts by Agnieszka Freda
Posted on January 21st, 2016 in Pharma R&D
I guess we all worked out that half of the people on this planet are male and the other half are female. If you even sporadically read the papers you must have stumbled upon some sort of article quoting numbers such as (more…)
Posted on December 4th, 2015 in Chemistry
As a chemist you work with chemical compounds every day studying, mixing, separating, modifying. You know that we are made up of chemicals, and that if we zoom in close enough we will be visible as clusters of proteins, lipids, sugars, some metals and nonmetals. (more…)
Posted on November 23rd, 2015 in Pharma R&D
Have you ever tried googling ‘Pharma Industry’? Right after Wikipedia, page after page, you will find various articles referring to ‘Getting High on Fat Profits’, ‘Holding Big Pharma Accountable’. (more…)