The Big Leap from Academic to Entrepreneur
If you want to launch a new drug company, you’ll need experience, drive and excellent science… not to mention a great deal of perseverance.
Seth Lederman |
I’ve always wanted to develop new medicines. I grew up in New York City and studied at Princeton University, both hubs for the pharmaceutical industry, so drug discovery and development is something I have always revered as a profession and life mission. I have been fortunate to have a diverse and successful career, both in academia and as a drug developer in start-ups. A lot has changed since I started, and I’ve learned valuable lessons along the way. Here, I’ll give my view on some of the key factors for success for those looking to make the leap from academia to industry.
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