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"BTI's Transcend platform is a huge financial incentive to the owner of the therapy because it could greatly extend the drug's exclusivity." (5/16/13) biOasis Technologies Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with William Gregozeski More >
"MSLP was growing very fast, and it had significant events that made it possible for us to raise $12M for it." (4/25/13) MusclePharm Corp. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Richard Huebner More >
"What's particularly exciting about VNRX is that it believes its technology is able to identify targeted cancers in stage 1 and stage 2." (4/25/13) VolitionRx Ltd. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Dick Huebner More >
Companies Commented On
- Acorda Therapeutics Inc.
- Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- Amgen Inc.
- Biogen Idec Inc.
- Celgene Corp.
- Gilead Sciences Inc.
- Idenix Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- InterMune Inc.
- Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- ViroPharma Inc.
Geoff Meacham joined J.P. Morgan in 2004 as a senior biotechnology analyst. He previously was an equity analyst at UBS following early stage biotech and life science companies for about four years. Geoff has been ranked for the past five years in the Institutional Investor poll, including a #2 ranking for the past four years. His research coverage spans from large-cap biotech companies with a global reach to small, development stage companies. He has also worked in the pharmaceutical industry for two years in a R&D capacity and he holds a Ph.D. in Cell Biology and a Bachelor of Science in Biology/Microbiology.
Hepatitis C and Orphan Diseases Driving Big Biotech Potential: Geoff Meacham (1/31/12) It may seem counterintuitive that rare diseases might actually be biotech growth drivers, but Senior Analyst and Managing Director Geoff Meacham of JPMorgan Chase makes just that case. In this exclusive interview with The Life Sciences Report, Meacham lays out his premise that hepatitis C and orphan disease drugs can cure the woes of growth-starved investors.
"CYTR's preclinical data for aldoxorubicin has been very supportive, and its phase 1b/2 trial has shown quite promising, albeit early stage, efficacy." (6/13/13) CytRx Corp. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Michael Aikenhead More >