30 Rising Leaders
In Vivo's latest list of 30 people to watch across the biopharma, medtech and healthtech sectors
In Vivo’s 2022 Rising Leaders: Putting A Spotlight On Talent
The third annual listing of In Vivo’s ‘Rising Leaders’ includes entrepreneurs and innovators from across the world who represent the next wave of creativity in health care.
In Vivo's 2022 Rising Leaders At A Glance
Top 30 Leaders: see the list of entrepreneurs and innovators highlighted in the third edition of In Vivo's Rising Leaders series.
Taking A Bold Path To Improve Fibrosis Prognosis
Tim Knotnerus is empowering Agomab’s team to investigate the potential of growth factor pathways across four different fibrotic indications.
The New Generation Of Investor: Creating Value From Diamonds In The Rough
Debbie Dumont, co-founder of Bioqube Ventures, and one of In Vivo’s Rising Leaders, talks about the company’s investment model, Europe’s translational challenges, and aligning passion and purpose to find ultimate fulfilment.
Fueled By Connections: Making It Happen In Rare Disease
Agios’s Sarah Gheuens talks to In Vivo about the responsibility of providing new therapies to rare disease populations, building trust with historically underserved communities, and why she loves working with small molecules.
Bucking Convention, AavantiBio Co-Founder Marries Clinical Physical Therapy with Gene Therapy Research
There is no single road to leadership in biotech, as In Vivo Rising leader Manuela Corti demonstrates. The physical therapist shares her passion for treating neuromuscular disorders, the urgency of commercializing gene therapy treatment for these diseases, and the value of infusing the work environment with some fun.
From Chengdu To The World: Anticancer Takes Novel Approach To Cancer Drug Development
Inspired by the discovery of the phytochemical corynoline being a potential MYC synthetic lethality agent, Anticancer Bioscience has designed and identified preclinical candidates that could lead to first-in-class innovative drugs.
Pushing Forward: Venture Capitalist Priorities To Accelerate European Biotech
Sharing his thoughts on the European funding landscape, the importance of software, and sustainable investments, INKEF Capital’s Thijs Cohen Tervaert talks to In Vivo about his investment priorities.
HealthCap’s Steen On Growing Successful Precision Medicine Businesses
Rising leader Mårten Steen, spoke with In Vivo about translating science into business, building precision medicine firms from the ground up and the importance of high-energy leadership.
Rejuveron CEO Confident About Longevity Biotech Prospects In Troubled Economy
Swiss-based Rejuveron’s diversified platform of longevity biotechs addresses key hallmarks of aging, with the goal of helping people to age better and live longer with reduced burden of age-related diseases. CEO Matthias Steger discusses the firm’s vision and the road ahead.
The Accidental GastroPsychologist: Building A Business From Behavior Support
Digital health platforms that offer personalized support are gaining traction in the market, both from patients and investors. Trellus Health is connecting IBD patients with resilience methodologies that enable disease management at lower healthcare costs. Its co-founder Laurie Keefer talks to In Vivo about scaling up the business for greater reach within the market.
The Regulatory Expert Targeting Sunnier Uplands For The Medtech Industry
The role and purpose of medical device regulation is now better understood than at any time in its history, and regulators are no longer seen as gatekeepers preventing business from happening. In Vivo Rising Leader 2022 Graeme Tunbridge, formerly at the MHRA and now a senior VP at BSI, is a champion of the climate of inclusivity.
Building A Company That Challenges The Conventions Of Surgical Robotics
Per Vegard Nerseth is at the helm of CMR Surgical and hopes to transform surgery for good through the widespread introduction of surgical robotics.
Lilly's Bridge Builder, From Indiana To South Africa
Rising Leader Christopher Jon Stokes of Eli Lilly explains how some early life lessons in the restorative powers of community has guided a distinctive career path marked by engaging widely, understanding intuitively and listening actively, all in the pursuit of forging productive human connections that strive to “meet the moment” for patients.
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