Rocket Pharmaceuticals’ CEO Talks Gene Platforms and Spiritual Leadership
The trajectory of Rocket Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage gene therapy company, has been marked by a series of impressive milestones. At least partial credit for those accomplishments goes to CEO Gaurav Shah, who co-founded the company in 2015 and has combined scientific, business and managerial savvy to progress the company through two regulatory filings this year. Shah recently spoke to In Vivo about the company and his own leadership style.
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