For UBC's Patrick Lindsay, providing decision support across the full product life cycle is no stretch goal—it's today's fact of life
New and emerging technologies are noteworthy not simply for the excellent science behind them but also for the way they expose those raw edges of the industry's business model.
Pharm Exec convenes a diverse panel of experts to identify the key markers of common ground: its time, people, and money against that greatest intangible—hope.
Pharm Exec's two key features this month illustrate the strategic contradiction facing today's industry.
Our October issue highlights a latent threat to Big Pharma: the behavioral mindset that may be best characterized as "ageing in place."
Fading growth; overstretched governments; and a global governance backlash against pharma business are turning up the heat on the performance of emerging country markets.
A key issue for biopharma marketers today is balancing cost and value factors around specialty biologic drugs, particularly those for cancer and other high profile, lifealtering diseases.
Editorial Director William Looney discusses the five essential characteristics exhibited by the more than 200 men and women selected by Pharmaceutical Executive as Emerging Pharma Leaders
With a revision of China's basic drug approval law now underway, a multinational team of experts is proposing major changes to make the country a world class player in innovation.
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