Our new On the Radar report returns with fresh insights from Simos Simeonidis, PhD, Rodman & Renshaw's senior biotech analyst, who highlights biotech stocks which he believes will be good value
Rare disease magnate Alexion is aligning itself with biotech Blueprint Medicines, borrowing the company's development technology to spotlight new treatments for genetic disorders.
Blueprint Medicines Announces Strategic Collaboration with Alexion to Advance Kinase Drug Candidates in Rare Genetic Disease
Valeant has wasted no time in getting down to brass tacks at its newly acquired subsidiary Dendreon. The company notified the state of Washington that it is laying off 77 staffers from the biotech's steadily shrinking roster of employees, according to a report from the Seattle Times.
Merck may trail the first movers in the coming onslaught of blockbuster biosimilars, but the pharma giant is heralding a crop of late-stage copycat treatments it believes can snag a share of the soon-to-boom market.
Anyone looking for some perspective on Merck KGaA's recent R&D cutbacks should check out an interview CFO Marcus Kuhnert gave to CNBC.
Serenus Biotherapeutics Enters Equity Purchase and Acquisition Agreement With Ireland-Based Global Life Sciences Company
Fresh from floating plans to raise up to $364 million in an IPO for his life sciences fund, ex-Elan chief Kelly Martin is going into the biopharma business with his former chief medical officer, Menghis Bairu. Martin announced today that he's sinking up to $43 million into Bairu's newborn Serenus Biotherapeutics with plans to gain a majority interest in the company.
Boehringer Ingelheim submitted U.S., European and Canadian applications for an antidote to its own Pradaxa, leading the way among companies developing treatments that reverse the effects of blockbuster next-generation anticoagulants.