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Regeneron plots a $150M R&D expansion, adding 300 jobs at its New York hub

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, riding high with a top-selling eye drug and some promising pipeline assets, is planning to invest $150 million in its native New York, supporting 300 new jobs at its fast-growing R&D campus.

Regeneron expanding New York campus again, adding 300 jobs

Rapidly expanding Eylea-maker Regeneron Thursday announced that it will invest another $150 million to grow its Tarrytown, NY, campus with plans to add another 300 jobs,  The Journal News  reports.

Gilead, Regeneron emerge from pricing storm unscathed (so far)

All the hullabaloo over pharma's drug-pricing practices has taken its toll on several of the industry's stocks. But not Gilead Sciences and Regeneron: While both sank in September on Hillary Clinton's announcement that she'd be cracking down on "price-gouging," they've climbed their way back up.

Regeneron doubles down on plant project in Ireland

A couple of years ago, U.S.-based Regeneron said it would turn a former Dell computer plant in Ireland into its production operation outside of the U.S. But with the company booming, what started as a $300 million project needing 300 workers has morphed into a $650 million project that will require 500.

Regeneron doubles investment, adding 200 more jobs to plant in Ireland

Regeneron says it will more than double its investment and hire an additional 200 workers at a plant still under construction in Ireland. That comes even as it is adding space to its campus in Tarrytown, NY, where it expects its headcount this year to grow by 1,000.

Regeneron inks a $325M deal, selling Asian rights to a pain treatment

Regeneron is handing off the Asian rights to its in-development musculoskeletal pain treatment for up to $325 million, handing the antibody over to a subsidiary of Japanese giant Mitsubishi.

Citing cost, top doctors back limits on PCSK9 cholesterol fighters

Payers unhappy with the cost of new PCSK9 drugs are getting some ammo, as top U.S. physicians are recommending against using the drugs in a large patient pool.

Regeneron team IDs a candidate for ultra-rare bone disease

Back at the beginning of 2014, a fast-growing Regeneron revealed that it had been building a new genetics research center that would zero in on carefully targeted diseases as it built new drug development programs from the ground up. Eighteen months later the big biotech says the effort--led by some top researchers wooed in to run the operation--has paid off with a clear target for a rare genetic bone disease. And they have an antibody in preclinical testing that could correct the disorder.

Booming Regeneron snaps up more office/lab space in fast-growing campus

Boosted by a major new drug approval, a booming Regeneron Pharmaceuticals is swelling rapidly in size. The big biotech has added 116,200 square feet of office/lab space to its lease at the Landmark at Eastview research campus in Tarrytown, NY, about 30 minutes from Manhattan. The expansion swells Regeneron's footprint on the campus to a giant-sized 1.1 million square feet, according to landlord BioMed Realty Trust.

Want to make the big bucks in R&D? Join the industry

When George Yancopoulos walked away from Columbia University to join Regeneron in 1989, the decision to leave academia for industry was at least partly motivated by the pay differential. The move paid off and then some, with Yancopoulos becoming the first billionaire biopharma R&D head at a time when the best-paid research institute chiefs are pulling in just north of $1 million a year.