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Outside Perspectives Beget Better Outcomes

Posted on January 26th, 2016 by

My favorite quote about why drug discovery, despite very productive decades of productivity and innovation, has seemed to have reached the drought is from Ashutosh Jogalekar in Scientific American blog: Continue reading “Outside Perspectives Beget Better Outcomes” »

Gender gap, the leaking pipeline of R&D

Posted on January 21st, 2016 by

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 Continue reading “Gender gap, the leaking pipeline of R&D” »

Unmixing the messages

Posted on January 18th, 2016 by

Have you ever driven through a red light because you were looking at the wrong traffic signal? Or had a row of angry motorists behind you because you hadn’t realized the signal above your lane had turned green? Continue reading “Unmixing the messages” »

Does improving pre-clinical research reduce late-stage failures and improve R&D productivity?

Posted on January 12th, 2016 by

It’s the turn of the year and if you’re like me, you’ve been immersed in reading all of the accompanying look back and look ahead articles and reports. 2015 was, indeed, a notable year — from the Martin Shkreli fiasco to the proposed Pfizer and Allergan merger — the industry was rocked. Continue reading “Does improving pre-clinical research reduce late-stage failures and improve R&D productivity?” »

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