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Emily Hayes

San Francisco, CA
Emily Hayes is a writer/editor with over 20 years’ experience in medical journalism, including magazines for specialist clinicians, government health publications, business newswires and pharma trade press.  Her educational background lies in journalism and political science. Emily has dual citizenship and has experience working in the UK and US. Since 2008, she has been a senior writer on staff with “The Pink Sheet,” working out of her home base in biopharma hub San Francisco. She enjoys covering drug development, with special areas of focus in cancer, particularly immunotherapy, and cardiology/metabolics. She covers major scientific meetings regularly, including the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and appreciates interactions with key opinion leaders while interpreting drug trial results. In her free time, she is a professional jazz/blues/country vocalist.
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When The Trial Site Is A Living Room: Pharma Explores Virtual Research Options

One day in the future, clinical studies may routinely be carried out in the virtual world, with patients mostly staying put at home instead of traveling to trial sites. For now, sponsors are experimenting with new models for drug development and taking it one step at a time.

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Q4 Pharma Earnings Preview: J&J, Bristol And AbbVie

Johnson & Johnson has solid growth drivers in pharmaceuticals, but still faces an overhang related to talc controversy; Bristol's call will be dominated by the just-announced Celgene acquisition; and AbbVie will face questions about its cancer plans after expensive failure with Rova-T.

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United Neuroscience To Move Forward Alzheimer's Vaccine After Promising Phase IIa

It's early days yet and Alzheimer's is a field littered with failures, but the latest results for the vaccine UB-311 support advancing development.

Clinical Trials Research & Development

Can Vivus Get Away Without Outcomes Study Of Obesity Drug Qsymia?

Fixed-dose combination of phentermine and topiramate is FDA-approved for chronic, long-term use, but the average duration in the real world is only about 2.1 months, which is reassuring for Qsymia’s cardiovascular safety, according to a new retrospective claims study.

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Landos Leverages Advanced Computing For Autoimmune Disease Drug Development

Emerging Company Profile: Start-up Landos is raising money through a Series B financing to fund Phase II development of its lead oral, gut-restricted compound and described its plans in a video interview at the Biotech Showcase in San Francisco in January. 

 

 

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J.P. Morgan Notebook Day 4: US Generics Steady, UroGen, REGENXBIO, Dr. Reddy's In China, And Investor Sentiment Shifts

Daily round-up of news and notes from the 2019 J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco: US generics see gains, researcher calls for more tech transfer, and biotech investor sentiment rises as big deals bring optimism – among other items from the last day of this year's JPM. 

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