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Rational drug design: How far have we come?

8 January 2018 | By

From the early use of Hansch parameters and Topliss Trees to today’s computational structure–activity techniques, medicinal chemists have long sought to rationalise drug design to find the quickest and most resource-efficient route to market. But while modern strategies are more reliant on statistical algorithms and vast data libraries, these founding…

What’s next for big data?

5 January 2018 | By

The emergence of big data, technological innovations and advancements in scientific research is set to be transformative for the pharmaceutical industry, providing faster access to insights that can drive more informed decision making and accelerate drug development. Dr Chris Barber, CEO of Lhasa Limited, looks at what is next for…

Sanofi: Unravelling the complex, together

5 January 2018 | By

Sanofi has long been at the forefront of the drive to find new, innovative solutions for patients in different therapeutic areas, such as diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular diseases or rare diseases. Marc-Antoine Lucchini, SVP Diabetes and Cardiovascular Europe and Coordinator, Sanofi Europe, discusses some of the company’s achievements...

Pfizer: Concentrating on core areas to improve lives

4 January 2018 | By

For Pfizer, putting patients first guides its actions, informs its strategic decisions and unifies colleagues in every region and function across the company. Beatriz Faro, Regional President, Internal Medicine, International Developed Markets at Pfizer, explains how the company’s philosophy is taking the business forward...

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