Lead From The Front – But Resist Micromanaging
An Interview With Rising Leader Greg Mullen, CEO of Theragnostics
Theragnostics’ CEO Greg Mullen aims to use his wide-ranging “hands-on” scientific and commercial experience to help clinch a $45m series A financing round that will fund a Phase I/II basket study to develop the biotech’s lead radiotherapeutic PARP inhibitor.
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