Lessons From The Bone Therapeutics/Medsenic Merger With BioSenic's François Rieger, Ph.D.

Source: Bioprocess Online

On the surface, the merger of Medsenic (a developer of arsenic salt formulations for therapeutic application in inflammatory conditions) and Bone Therapeutics (which develops allogeneic cell therapies for complicated bone fractures) doesn't look obviously synergistic. But Francois Rieger, Ph.D. says that on the scientific level, it's a perfect union, and the veteran biotech founder says the business should always follow the science. The union of the two companies formed BioSenic, which Dr. Regier now serves as CEO. On this week's episode of the Business of Biotech, Dr. Regier shows us the good, the bad, and the ugly of the merger process and shares his philosophy on letting science lead the way, regardless of the analysts' takes. 



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