Rare Is The Definition Of Leadership: The Lasting Legacy Of Henri Termeer
In a recent interview, ProQR’s founder Daniel de Boer cited the enormous impact that fellow Dutch businessman Henri Termer played in getting his fledging biotech start-up off the ground – especially given the circumstances. Some 10 years ago, the then twenty-something budding biotech entrepreneur crossed the Atlantic on a chance that Termeer would answer what amounted to an unscheduled desk-knock at the rare disease pioneer’s office at Genzyme HQ in Cambridge, MA. He did – and the rest is history.
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