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Companies and Investors Gather in San Francisco for J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference January 8-11

Posted on January 9th, 2018 by in Pharma R&D

Healthcare companies and investors are flocking to San Francisco from January 8-11 for the 36th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference at the Westin St. Francis Hotel. Continue reading “Companies and Investors Gather in San Francisco for J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference January 8-11” »

Finding Key Collaborators in the Data

Posted on August 23rd, 2017 by in Pharma R&D

R&D is no longer a solely in-house process where Big Pharma researchers work diligently in secret to come up with the next blockbuster drug. Rising costs, patient needs, global trends, healthcare reform, changes in clinical development models and many other factors have altered the R&D landscape. In today’s environment, pharmaceutical firms must reach outward in order to innovate. Continue reading “Finding Key Collaborators in the Data” »

What Are Best Practices in Literature Monitoring for Top-performing Pharma Companies?

Posted on June 14th, 2017 by in Pharmacovigilance

The health and safety of patients is of utmost concern to pharmaceutical companies, and strict regulatory requirements ensure that safety standards remain high. But pharmacovigilance becomes an ever more difficult and overwhelming practice Continue reading “What Are Best Practices in Literature Monitoring for Top-performing Pharma Companies?” »

Self-Promoting Scientists: Building Trust with the Public

Posted on May 31st, 2017 by in Pharma R&D

 

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At Sequencing the Genome: Examining Modern Medicine, an event recently held in New York City and sponsored by The Atlantic, a series of panelists spoke on many aspects of genomics ranging from its progress in treating disease to its potential for stopping epidemics Continue reading “Self-Promoting Scientists: Building Trust with the Public” »

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