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Lucie Ellis

Managing Editor, In Vivo

London, UK
Lucie Ellis has been covering the ups and downs of the pharmaceutical industry since joining the Informa Pharma Intelligence team in 2012. Prior to being Managing Editor of In Vivo, Lucie was a Senior Editor at Scrip and Pink Sheet. She is responsible for the production of In Vivo’s print and online editions and also contributes feature-length articles to the publication on the topics of leadership, R&D, innovation and more.
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Why Reusable Data Matters For Future Of Pharma

Castor, a cloud-based data solution, is enabling researchers to effectively capture and integrate data from any source. CEO and founder of the company, Derk Arts, spoke to In Vivo about the importance of cohesive data for the future use of artificial intelligence in biopharma.

Digital Health Research and Development Strategies

Coordinated Open Data Will Drive Next-Level Health Research

Experts from a European data sharing initiative talk to In Vivo about the importance of coordinated computational biology efforts for the future of life sciences innovation and the effective use of artificial intelligence.

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C-Suite Snippets: A Fresh View From Old Science

In case you missed it: catch up with snippets from interviews published by In Vivo this month.

Commercial Research and Development Strategies

One For All Not All For One With Personalized Therapies

Infographic: In Vivo explores trends in personalized medicine, looking at the 25 new molecular entities approved in the US last year with an individualized aspect. 

Personalized Medicine Research and Development Strategies

C-Suite Snippets: Genomic Medicine Is Coming Of Age

In case you missed it: catch up with snippets from interviews published by In Vivo this week. 

Business Strategies Innovation

European Life Science Companies Are Now Being ‘Properly Funded’

In the first half of 2019, life science companies raised $469m through series A rounds in Europe – a solid start to the year compared with the $686m companies raised in 2018 overall. Experts says this "rude health" should continue for the next two to three years, at least.

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