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Campbell Alliance to Release New Forward-Looking Industry Report on Deal-Making Trends at the 2013 BIO International Convention
Date:4/19/2013

ven in the face of different commercial projections."

Specifically for in-licensers, 2013 may be a great time to pursue early-stage oncology assets, while they can expect to face competition for clinical-stage and marketed oncology assets.  Similarly, early-stage antibiotic and dermatology assets are relative buyers' markets.  Other therapeutic areas are relative sellers' markets and must be approached with due consideration.  It is important for in-licensers to remain objective in valuing assets and to carefully weigh the organizational fit of assets under consideration.

"For out-licensers, the market appears to be shifting in their favor," added Stewart. "To turn this positive outlook into successful deals, however, out-licensers will need to provide more pricing and market access justification in their non-confidential materials and bridge the valuation gap through credible validation of the commercial opportunity."

A summary of the study results will be presented during a Super Session at the BIO International Convention on Wednesday, April 24 at 2:00pm CT, followed by a panel discussion involving senior industry executives. Panelists for this Super Session will include:

  • William Hait , MD, PhD – Global Head, Janssen Research & Development LLC, Janssen
  • Bahija Jallal , PhD – Executive Vice President, R&D, MedImmune
  • John Leonard , MD – Senior Vice President, Chief Scientific Officer, AbbVie
  • Roger Pomerantz – Worldwide Head of Licensing & Acquisitions, Senior Vice President, Merck Research Labs
  • Chihiro Yokota , RPh – Corporate Executive, Global Head, Business Development and Licensing & Alliances, Astellas Pharma Inc.

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