Insights gleaned from a variety of animal species, and a deeper understanding of evolution aided by artificial intelligence, could help bring a new wave of therapies to market.
The 2023 AAPS survey of pharmaceutical scientists' salaries showed a 6.7% jump over 2022, but the industry has work to do on closing the gender gap.
Life Science Leader wishes you a happy New Year and announces plans for 2024.
Biopharma heavy hitters convened at the Galien Forum in New York City, offering tips and guidance for the leaders of tomorrow.
Krystal Biotech's side business is an aesthetics company, Jeune Aesthetics, that uses the same platform and viral vector as Krystal to deliver collagen genes to consumers seeking aesthetic improvement.
For Krish and Suma Krishnan, the husband-and-wife leadership team at Krystal Biotech, bringing work home, and bringing home to work, is inevitable. A larger shared goal smooths the edges.
To adopt and use new technology effectively, leaders should focus on people and their problems, not the technology itself, according to former Google executive turned biotech CEO.
As buzzy development areas buckle down to face the realities of strict regulations, financial demands, and specific unmet needs, the language leaders use to describe their efforts can help, or hurt.
New and improved ways of measuring disease symptoms and responses to therapy must overcome established forms of measurement used for regulatory approval.
Bringing different perspectives together is important when debating industry policies, but the middle ground can still be allusive.
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