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Philippa Flint has more than 11 years of experience in drug development and regulatory affairs at big pharma, combined with 10 years of capital markets experience as an equity research analyst. Prior to working at Bloom Burton & Co. Flint was an equity analyst at RBC Dominion Securities, providing research coverage of small- to mid-cap biotech/pharma companies. She has been consistently ranked the top earnings estimator in Canada in the healthcare sector by StarMine, including over the period from 2004-2008 and in 2011. Prior to this, Flint was the vice president for medical affairs at AstraZeneca Canada, managing a department of 150 people working on more than 100 clinical trials. She led the merger of Astra and Zeneca in Canada, prior to which she was the vice president for regulatory affairs and corporate project management at Astra Canada. Flint holds master's of science degree and a master's degree in business administration.
Profit from Canadian-Based Biotechs and Specialty Pharmas: Philippa Flint (7/12/12) Covering a wide variety of small biotech and pharma companies domiciled in Canada, Bloom Burton & Co. Research Analyst Philippa Flint discusses important biotech and specialty pharma names that she knows quite well and expects to be very profitable for investors. In this exclusive interview with The Life Sciences Report, Flint explains in depth why her favorite companies should be in your portfolio.
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