Pharm Exec podcast goes beyond the pages of Pharmaceutical Executive print magazine and PharmExec.com to bring the latest commercial insights to the C-suite through in-depth interviews. Podcast episodes examine current trends, key conferences, and critical topics in the industry.
Episode 67: Succeeding Through Adversity
Sanjeev Luther, president and CEO of Rafael Pharmaceuticals, discusses how he managed to turn around a company on the brink of bankruptcy and advance clinical trials for its lead cancer drug through COVID-19.
Episode 66: New Approach to Antithrombotics
Dr. Neil Hayward, CEO and founder of eXlthera, is here to discuss his company, which is developing Factor XI inhibitor antithrombotics that are attacking blood clots from a new angle and are giving patients new hope.
Episode 65: Creating a Path for Innovation
George Baxter, CEO of Edinburgh Innovations, is here to discuss the company's commercialization model, and how his group is bringing innovation to market in Scotland.
Episode 64: The Complexities of Managing ADHD
Jack Khattar, president and CEO of Supernus Pharmaceuticals, talks about his experience bringing ADHD drugs to market in a challenging environment.
Episode 63: Three Simple Principles to Improve Leadership
Eric Turbiville, author of the recently published book “The Perfect Leadership Triad: How Top Executives Maximize Productivity through People, Coaching, and Performance," a 25-year pharma veteran, credentialed executive coach, and director of mentoring for the Southwest region of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association says there are three leadership principles can help executives through tumultuous times, and is here to discuss how they can impact success.
Episode 62: The Future of Pharma’s Supply Chain
Kurt Orlofski, CEO of Pharmaceutical Associates Inc., discusses what the pharmaceutical supply chain might look like post COVID-19, and how companies can prepare for that.