By Wayne Koberstein Perhaps the greatest heights of the biopharma sector will never be seen again — but don’t overlook the good ti mes now. Th at is the central message in the following interview with Peter Meath, who heads the Life Science Group at J.P. Morgan’s Commercial Banking business. Meath also comments on the current industry environment and offers seasoned advice to novice entrepreneurs for turning a company’s novel science into a viable business.
The stories of longtime leaders, still active in the industry, sharing their historical perspectives on life sciences industry innovation. Trying and failing has its place in science and many other human endeavors, because the failures hold valuable information. But in at least one occupation, executive management, it is necessary to match striving with accomplishment. Fortunately, and by hard work, Pat Andrews has carried on her family’s tradition as strivers and achievers.
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