"If all goes well, CUR's NSI-189 product will move into Phase 2 development in Q2/15, so that is a good advancement opportunity." (1/22/15) Neuralstem Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Edward Stopke More >
The Life Sciences Report Biotech Watchlist Portfolio Tracker
It has been a boom year for biotechs, and most of the companies on The Life Sciences Report's Biotech Watchlist 2013 have risen with the proverbial tide. The Watchlist companies were selected by industry experts based on a variety of factors, including sound science, good management, therapy area and catalysts keyed to the drug development process. We have been tracking the companies throughout the year: With our new Portfolio Tracker, it is now easy for Life Science Report readers to do the same.
October 2013 Biotech Watchlist Update
January 2013 Biotech Watchlist
April 2013 Biotech Watchlist Update
How Are They Doing? Update on the Progress of Expert Picks
The Approval Process in Action (infographic)
The chart below shows stock prices for the 17 companies on the 2013 Biotech Watchlist. The heavy green line shows the average gain/loss of the portfolio as a whole. Portfolio average change year-to-date is [loading].
About These Individual Charts
The Yahoo finance charts provided below are updated in real time and show stock prices for each company for the year to date. Time spans for catalysts identified by Biotech Watchlist analysts are lighted in green.
"The research synergy with Gilead and Merck could prove fruitful for RNN in terms of acquisition potential." (1/22/15) Rexahn Pharmaceuticals Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Edward Stopke More >
"The vote of confidence CTH has received from The Michael J. Fox Foundation is very advantageous." (1/8/15) Cynapsus Therapeutics Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Daniel Pearlstein More >
"The combination of DMPI's VAL-083 and radiation therapy showed an immediate survival benefit in glioblastoma multiforme." (10/30/14) DelMar Pharmaceuticals Inc. - The Life Sciences Report Interview with Brandon Primack More >