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Luciano Rossetti, head of global research and development at Merck KGaA, believes the mid-sized pharma is well on its way to becoming a global immuno-oncology specialist. He discusses in-house innovation, the company’s recent IO alliance with GSK and the next wave of success that is beginning to swell across the cancer drug development community.
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Last year saw some serious early-stage funding, major later stage financings and more cash filtering into seed rounds. Follow the timeline of venture capital transactions throughout 2018 worth more than $100m. A record-breaking year for biotech financing.
Aduro Biotech announced a “strategic reset” in January 2019 that will see the Californian company center around two core pipeline programs, cut its headcount and focus on pharma partnerships. Stephen Isaacs, chair, president and CEO of the company, speaks to In Vivo about his vision for Aduro as the 2020s approach, and the challenges a smaller biotech faces when balancing multiple big pharma agreements.
Biotech companies raised more than $22bn via venture capital financing in 2018. With more cash to propel innovation and bolster R&D, traditional pharma and biotech partnering agreements are likely to evolve in the year ahead.
Adityo Prakash, CEO and founder of Verseon, tells In Vivo more about his vision of re-routing the pharmaceutical industry with Verseon’s computational drug discovery technology. He also explains the company’s new subsidiary business, BlockRules, and how it fits into the biopharma world.