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Daily Brief: Takeda seals $62bn Shire deal, Autolus IPO, Gottlieb warning

Daily Brief: Takeda seals $62bn Shire deal, Autolus IPO, Gottlieb warning

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  • Takeda’s Alofisel becomes Europe’s first allogeneic stem cell therapy Takeda’s Alofisel becomes Europe’s first allogeneic stem cell therapy

    Dr Asit Parikh, head of gastroenterology therapeutic area unit at Takeda, said: “Today’s marketing authorisation, the first for an allogeneic stem cell therapy, represents a positive advancement in the treatment

  • Samsung deal with Takeda looks beyond biosimilars Samsung deal with Takeda looks beyond biosimilars

    The last three years have seen Takeda move from an insular approach to R&D to one in which the company has narrowed its focus to three key areas - oncology, gastroenterology

  • Spink wins gastroenterology society account Spink wins gastroenterology society account

    Will handle communications for ESPGHAN’s 50th annual congress. Spink has been appointed by The European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) to manage communications for its 50. ... ESPGHAN’s annual congress is

  • Norgine UK re-joins ABPI Norgine UK re-joins ABPI

    This had, he added, “resulted in perverse consequences for those of us who are trying to help patients and their carers in more specialised niches, such as gastroenterology”. ... Alongside gastroenterology, Norgine specialises in hepatology, oncology

  • TiGenix cell therapy for Crohn's fistulas shows long-term benefit TiGenix cell therapy for Crohn's fistulas shows long-term benefit

    Perianal fistulising Crohn's disease is difficult to treat with currently available therapies and often leads to pain, swelling, infection and incontinence,” said Dr Asit Parikh, who heads Takeda's gastroenterology

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  • 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare (part 2) 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare (part 2)

    20. Prof Rebecca Fitzgerald, MRC Cancer Unit, University of Cambridge, and Honorary Consultant in Gastroenterology, Cambridge University NHS Hospitals Foundation Trust.

  • Asthma: beyond the blue and the brown Asthma: beyond the blue and the brown

    Imperial College London is ranked as the number one UK university in the respiratory, cardiovascular and gastroenterology fields, so it is sad and startling to discover such a huge disconnect between

  • Attracting doctors to low-demand specialties Attracting doctors to low-demand specialties

    In 2015, low demand specialties included areas such as pathology and radiology, while examples of middling demand specialties were gastroenterology and nephrology; high-demand specialties included family medicine and adult psychiatry.

  • 2016: The year when deal-makers took stock? 2016: The year when deal-makers took stock?

    These deals were mainly early stage deals in the areas of gastroenterology, neurodegenerative diseases and an $830m ($40m upfront) deal with Mersana for rights outside North America to a phase 1

  • Deal Watch July 2016 Deal Watch July 2016

    Recordati has been busy on the acquisition front recently; in May the company acquired Italichimici for $145m, strengthening its gastroenterology and respiratory ranges, and in July it bought the Swiss company

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  • emotive bolsters client services team emotive bolsters client services team

    During her six years at Chameleon, she was responsible for medical communications acitivites in various therapy areas including diabetes, cardiology, immunology, gastroenterology and rare diseases.

  • Clark Health Communications expands team Clark Health Communications expands team

    director in a role that will see her lead teams responsible for driving the delivery of CHC’s gastroenterology, women’s health, depression and anticoagulants business. ... Campbell will support and assist the team across its women’s health,

  • Sam Agus takes up new role at Hansa Medical Sam Agus takes up new role at Hansa Medical

    With experience in medical strategy, multidisciplinary team leadership, medical marketing and clinical trial design, Agus’s therapy area expertise includes neurology, psychiatry, gastroenterology, women’s health and rare diseases.

  • Virgo Health Education expands team Virgo Health Education expands team

    Prior to this, he served as a medial doctor at Chelsea &Westminster hospital, working in a number of specialties including acute medicine, gastroenterology and colorectal surgery.

  • Dr Andrew Mulberg moves from FDA to Amicus Therapeutics Dr Andrew Mulberg moves from FDA to Amicus Therapeutics

    He joins Amicus from the US Food and Drug Administration ( FDA), where he most recently served as deputy director of the division of gastroenterology and inborn errors products. ... Dr Mulberg is a pediatric gastroenterologist, and was attending

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Latest from PMHub

  • NHS medicines optimisation milestone

    Pharma also needs to think about the NHS’s move into integrated health and social care systems, which is particularly relevant to gastroenterology and musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders.

  • PRMA Consulting Ltd

    Our experience encompasses a wide range of indications, including; cardiovascular and renal, gastroenterology, immunology, infectious diseases and vaccines, metabolism and endocrinology, neurology and psychiatry, oncology/hematology, ophthalmology,

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Patient Insights

    3. Lacy BE, Mearin F, Chang L, et al. Bowel Disorders. Gastroenterology.

  • Bringing the NHS into the 21st century

    When gastroenterology registrar Dr Bahman Nedjat-Shokouhi attended to a patient who had spent three months waiting for an outpatient appointment and worrying about a potential cancer diagnosis, he questioned how ... The virtual hospital service currently

  • GK Strategy

    Cancer UK ()  . British Society of Gastroenterology (Rebecca Lury. Managing Director &Head of Health.

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