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IXICO Targets Go-To Status In Neuro Data Analytics Space

Executive Summary

Neuroscience data specialist IXICO has broad ambitions to partner with pharmas large and small, helping them develop better-targeted clinical trials using imaging and digital biomarker data. A business review in late 2017 by CEO Giulio Cerroni refined the company’s value proposition, while keeping the headline elements in place: scale the business and diversify within neuroscience.

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