Anne Carpenter: An Open Source Proponent On What Pharma Does And Doesn’t Owe Academia
Anne Carpenter, one of In Vivo’s 2021 Rising Leaders, talks about the growth of open source technology, putting data into action and why pharma deserves to be rewarded for evolving academic findings into marketable products for patients.
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