On Building A Better R&D Machine, Part 2: Pfizer’s R&D Chief Mikael Dolsten Talks Partnering Strategy And Accessing Innovation
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Since ascending to the top R&D spot at the world’s largest pharmaceutical company, Mikael Dolsten has taken the lead in focusing R&D at Pfizer and optimizing its portfolio. In the second of a two-part interview with "The Pink Sheet" DAILY, Dolsten shares his thoughts on partnering and accessing external opportunities.
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