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 91: A New Way to Partner With Academia
Dr. Michael Henderson, chief business officer of BridgeBio Pharma, and one of Pharm Exec’s 2021 Emerging Pharma Leaders, discusses how his company goes beyond the traditional “hand off” approach between academia and industry, and looks to partner with institutions early on to fill important voids in drug development.
Episode 90: Innovating Ways to Fight Cancer
Dr. Edith Perez, Chief Medical Officer of Bolt Biotherapeutics, discusses how she approaches drug development in oncology, and what she contributes outside of work to help raise awareness for cancer.
Episode 89: Cellicon Valley Outlook
Audrey Greenberg, co-founder and executive managing director of the Center for Breakthrough Medicines and Discovery Labs, discusses how cell and gene therapy has turned Philadelphia into Cellicon Valley, and how her organization is playing a role in that growth even beyond the city’s boarders.
Episode 88: The Science of Starting a Biotech
Yan Chen, CEO of Elpis Biopharmaceuticals, discusses how she transformed her scientific background into launching her own biotech.
Episode 87: Attacking Bladder Cancer From All Sides
Arthur Kuan, CEO of CG Oncology, talks about the present and future of bladder cancer therapies, and how he’s committed to making a difference.
Behind the Creative...Inspiring Award Winning Creative with Cherie Davies
Cherie Davies, SVP, Executive Creative Director at FCB Chicago, talks about inspiring award-winning creative, especially in COVID times.
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Hi! I really enjoy this podcast. You discuss great topics and interview knowledgeable people. Improving the sound quality would really make the listening experience much more enjoyable. There tends to be a muffled and unclear effect to the sound. Thanks!