Gone—for a while, anyway—are the days of pressing the flesh, pounding the pavement, and cross-crossing the conference scene with your pitch deck. Here’s how one successful startup biotech is maintaining its conduit to cash, despite travel restrictions and social distancing.
Fountain Therapeutics’ unique AI discovery platform prompted an invitation from Eli Lilly & Company to move Fountain headquarters to Lilly Gateway Labs. Here's how company CEO John Dimos, Ph.D. is squeezing the value out of the move, despite its execution during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A recent publication entitled "Approval of Biosimilars: A Review of Unsuccessful Regulatory Filings" revealed the most common manufacturing issues the FDA and EMA flagged in biosimilar applications. Here, the lead author discusses his findings from the past, current manufacturing challenges, and which technologies could be most impactful for the future biosimilar industry.
Dr. Caroline Loew’s company, Glympse Bio, develops injectable, tunable biosensors that she says will help biologics developers test and measure disease progression in vivo, enabling valuable, early visibility into therapeutic efficacy.
With an incredibly diverse pipeline featuring four COVID-19 vaccine candidates, Dr. Seth Lederman and his small-but-mighty team at Tonix Pharmaceuticals are focused on the long game of a COVID-19 endemic.
SOTIO’s genetically-engineered SO-C101 is showing promise as a monotherapy and combined with immunotherapies in pre-clinical tests and also recently in a phase I study. CBO Jens Hennecke, Ph.D. shared an update on the company’s Phase 1 progress and gave us a look behind the curtains at the work it took to get to the clinic.
A new approach to freezing biopharmaceuticals into fine, dry powders holds promise for flexible therapeutic form factors, efficacy improvements, and supply and distribution chain efficiencies. It's a particularly timely development in the age of COVID-19.
Fast-tracks and breakthrough statuses are piling up at an unprecedented clip, and the President is promising the spoils of war to the first vaccine manufacturer to smash speed-to-market records (preferably prior to November 3). It's incumbent on biopharma execs—every one of them in the C-suite—to ensure protection of their intellectual property and patents.