AstraZeneca’s Menelas Pangalos: An Interview With “The Pink Sheet” DAILY
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
With AstraZeneca in the midst of a major R&D overhaul, Menelas Pangalos, the company’s head of discovery research and early-stage development in small molecules, talked to “The Pink Sheet” DAILY about how the new R&D structure will improve the big pharma’s research productivity.
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