Jay Appel is executive director of Bristol-Myers Squibb.
John Jorden is executive director, Amgen Digital Health at Amgen.
Camille Samuels is partner of Venrock.
Is technology causing agencies to become more specialized? Is there still a need for the human connection?
Novartis sees single-digit growth with new CEO; J&J takes $13.6b charge in the wake of the new tax law; New York City invests in biotech
Celgene reportedly in talks to buy Juno; Novartis' Kymriah receives fast-track reviews in U.S. and Europe; BI's Gilotrif gets expanded approval in lung cancer
Pharma looks to Spark for pricing blueprint; Ipsen hires Amgen exec as CEO of North America; FDA could improve social-media approach, study finds
Shire considers splitting into two units; New Jersey finalizes physician-pharma gift limit; more biotech M&As expected in 2018
Celgene to buy Impact Biomedicines for up to $7 billion; Pfizer plans to cut 300 positions in neuroscience; Perrigo hires new CEO
Takeda announces deals worth more than $1 billion; biotech and pharma investments reached $10.5 billion in 2017; prescriptions for nerve pain on the rise
Tax bill could lead pharma to move overseas; global pharma sales increased 45% in nine years; FDA OKs first gene therapy for rare retinal disease
CVS to buy Aetna for $69 billion; J&J buys commercial rights for biotech's experimental hypertension drug; Republicans repeal Obamacare's individual mandate
Pfizer Q3 revenue driven by Prevnar sales; President Trump's opioid panel presents draft to combat crisis; Novartis seeks FDA approval for CAR-T therapy Kymriah
No crucial area in pharma is more desperately in need of a fix — or more stubbornly resistant to change.
Trump administration considers outcomes-based approach to lower drug prices; Sanofi to acquire vaccines biotech; Nestle partners with Enterome to develop microbiome-based diagnostics
Adamis receives FDA approval for EpiPen rival Symjepi; Clovis reports positive trial results for ovarian cancer drug Rubraca; hedge fund billionaire John Paulson joins Valeant board of directors
Google invests in European biotechs; hospitals that restrict sales-rep visits more likely to prescribe cheaper generics; AI could help doctors with new research
Biogen completes hemophilia spinoff; old drug being tested as a prostate cancer treatment; Merck reports Q4 decline in revenue
Drug spending projected to grow at 6% clip through 2024, spurred in part by pricey new medications; FDA approves new obesity device; Sanofi diabetes combo drug is better at reducing blood glucose than Lantus.
Merck will collaborate with Syndax to evaluate the pairing of an anti-PD-1 therapy in Keytruda with HDAC inhibitor entinostat.
The personal genetics company created a therapeutics group to extricate new drug targets from its research database.
A research collaboration between medical centers, drugmaker Biogen Idec and a biotechnology institute have identified a gene that could lead to new drug targets for sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis—or Lou Gehrig's disease.
The biotech exec speaks about the global launch of his firm's lead product, Duchenne drug Translarna.
The drugmaker announced it will acquire OncoEthix and its oncology candidate OTX015 in a deal worth up to $365 million
Canadian firm presents FDA with its third biosimilar application.
Blood-cancer drug Kyprolis outperformed standard treatment in a late-stage trial testing the drug in patients with multiple myeloma, said Amgen.
Innovation is still valued in the orphan-drug space, but the reimbursement bar is rising. NPS Pharma's Eric Pauwels, who's launched five ultra-rare disease products, explains how these biotech brands can demonstrate their value. Marc Iskowitz reports
The fast-tracked drug netted another indication today, this one for a form of leukemia. Lower dosage of the drug for that indication shrinks the price compared to lymphoma.
If the HCV drug's trajectory continues, it could exceed Q1 and 2014 sales forecasts, despite payers' reported unease over price.
The firm has vowed to appeal an FDA rejection that otherwise complicates its bid to expand in multiple sclerosis.