Articles By Rob Wright, Chief Editor
How We Arrived At A Series Of Unprecedented Events
Chief Editor Rob Wright talks about the first time COVID-19 was mentioned in one of our weekly meets — almost as an afterthought.
5 Biopharma Execs Reveal Corporate Culture Best Practices
“Corporate culture will soon be the number one reason why an employee stays or leaves a company.” It’s a comment made to start off a roundtable discussion at the 2020 JPM conference, and we have the details of the discussion here.
BioEclipse Therapeutics — More Than Just A Story Of Rebranding
In 2006, Pamela Contag, Ph.D. cofounded ConcentRx, but the biopharma rebranded in 2016 to become BioEclipse Therapeutics. The CEO talks about what she learned in those 10 years on that difficult business journey
Former Biopharma CEO Develops Novel Solution For The “Valley Of Death”
I recently met a scientist who had experienced the valley of death firsthand. And rather than have her valley experience be her demise, she instead opted to develop a novel solution. This is her story.
The Reality Of Living In A COVID19 World
Chief editor Rob Wright shares the difficulty associated with living, working and trying to be productive during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What Will Be The End Result Of A Few Bad Actors?
In reference to Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals recent legal issues with drug pricing, chief Editor Rob Wright says transparency in drug pricing is coming and will be driven by a number of stakeholders — including the U.S. federal government.
Building GSK Oncology R&D
Axel Hoos, M.D., Ph.D., SVP oncology and R&D governance chair, provides an update and the context of GSK’s R&D strategy.
The Story Of Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals’ Adversity Odyssey
Chris Anzalone, Ph.D., CEO of Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, discusses taking over a biopharmaceutical company shortly before the Great Recession along with other avenues of adversity faced (e.g., FDA hold on a Phase 2 trial) toward bringing this RNAi company to the brink of success.
Practical And Psychological Tips For Virtual Conferencing During COVID-19
With many people now forced to work from home as a result of COVID-19, we will undoubtedly see a rise in the use of video conferencing. Here are some practical and psychological tips for connecting virtually and maintaining engagement with employees.