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CAR-T player Autolus seeks $100m from follow-on financing

CAR-T player Autolus seeks $100m from follow-on financing

approved CAR-T Kymriah (tisagenlecleucel) – which recently generated results in a phase 1/2 trial conducted at University College London.

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  • 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare (part 3) 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare (part 3)

    Kathy Niakan is a group leader at London's academic research hub The Francis Crick Institute.and is investigating the mechanisms of lineage specification in human embryos and stem cells. ... 26. Professor Janet Darbyshire, Emeritus Professor of

  • How can pharma better engage and empower patients who are socially disadvantaged? How can pharma better engage and empower patients who are socially disadvantaged?

    For those who are socially disadvantaged, Professor Michael Marmot’s work at University College London’s Institute of Health Equity shows how social injustice leads to health inequalities, and that education

  • Behaviour Change Behaviour Change

    The Centre for Behaviour Change is a unique initiative, harnessing the breadth and depth of academic expertise in behaviour change at University College London (UCL) to address key challenges facing society ... is senior teaching fellow and Australasian

  • Holding on to hope for Alzheimer’s advances Holding on to hope for Alzheimer’s advances

    Lawrence Honig of the Columbia University Medical Center and principal investigator of Expedition 3, presented the data at the meeting. ... In December, the UK DRI unveiled the University of Leuven’s Professor Bart De Strooper as its director, who will

  • Why health psychology should inform pharma strategy Why health psychology should inform pharma strategy

    Qualifications: BSc Psychology University of Sussex, 1st class honours; MSc Health Psychology University College London, Distinction.

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  • Healthcare Comms appointments Healthcare Comms appointments

    Cuttsy Cuttsy appoints new director, Porterhouse Medical adds to team and TBWA WorldHealth London sees Andy Hayley and Dick Dunford return. ... Guglielmi, who spent the last 3 years as an honorary researcher at University College London, brings

  • UK Dementia Research Institute names director UK Dementia Research Institute names director

    College London. ... Prof De Strooper is currently a professor of molecular medicine at the University of Leuven and leads its laboratory for the research of neurodegenerative diseases.

  • Artios Pharma appoints science strategy VP Artios Pharma appoints science strategy VP

    Francis Crick Institute in London. ... Dr Boulton is also an honorary professor at University College London, a fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and an elected member of the European Molecular Biology Organisation, from whom

  • Biogen Idec names head of gene therapy Biogen Idec names head of gene therapy

    Prior to Kadmon, Dr Danos acted as the director of the Gene Therapy Consortium of the University College of London and led a gene therapy research team at the Necker Hospital –

  • Emotive hires junior planner Emotive hires junior planner

    Burrows has a degree in neuroscience from King's College, London. She joins emotive directly from university, bringing “excellent written communication and experience in digital impact evaluation”, said the agency.

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  • Seduce anyone in four simple steps

    In support of this it is worth taking in to consideration a study from the University College London that shows how being dependent on mobile and screen-based communication is changing

  • Pegasus opens health track at Cannes Lions

    Entitled ‘Can Behavioural Science Save Lives?’ and featuring Dr Paul Chadwick from University College London’s Centre for Behaviour Change, our own head of insights and planning Corrina Safeio and Stuart

  • Training the next generation of biotech leaders

    Blue Latitude Health speaks to Dr Ivan Wall, Reader in Cell &Gene Therapy Bioprocessing at University College London, to find out about the future of cell and gene therapy, the impact ... Blue Latitude Health spoke to Dr Ivan Wall, Reader in Cell &Gene

  • Porterhouse Medical boosts its scientific services team

    She has a PhD in genetics and cell biology, and was a research fellow at Queen Mary University of London and an honorary researcher at University College London.

  • PEGASUS OPENS THE HEALTHCARE INSIGHTS STAGE AT CANNES LIONS

    The speech was led by Dr Paul Chadwick, Senior Teaching Fellow at the University College London Centre for Behaviour Change (UCL CBC), with Corrina Safeio, Head of Planning &Insights and Stuart

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