In Wendi Yajnik’s quest to find new technologies that could transform medicine, relationships are priority No. 1.
At Novartis, we celebrate life and recognize moments that matter. Alfred Ambatlle shares his experience of parental leave and becoming a father of twins.
Collaborations are driving advances in sickle cell disease research, bringing new hope to patients.
Working with a nonprofit, Novartis is helping train healthcare workers to diagnose and treat chronic ailments such as diabetes.
Novartis is strongly committed in helping and supporting employees impacted by cancer through the program Ensemble – Caring for Colleagues (Ensemble).
Phil Gotwals talks about his vision for the future of business development for research.
At Novartis, we celebrate life and recognize moments that matter. Michael Wieser shares his experience of parental leave and becoming a father of two.
Novartis immunologist describes the excitement of discovering a promising new immuno-oncology (IO) target in the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and high-risk myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).
Caring for a baby with retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) has never been easy. But mother and social visionary Silke Mader has made it her life’s work to ensure that parents dealing with ROP and other complications today get more support than she did.
Advanced Accelerator Applications is working on marrying targeted drug design with nuclear medicine technology to develop drugs that can recognize and treat diseases.
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