Newsletter | July 20, 2011

7.20.11 -- Disruptive Innovation In Clinical Trials

Clinical Leader
Disruptive Innovation In Clinical Trials
By Rob Wright, Chief Editor, Life Science Leader magazine

Rob Wright, Chief Editor, <U>Life Science Leader</u> magazine I recently interviewed Dr. John Hubbard, sr. VP and worldwide head of development operations for Pfizer (NYSE: PFE). One of his current favorite subjects is disruptive innovation. I have heard this buzzword a lot lately. Being that Hubbard manages more than 700 clinical development projects for Pfizer, I thought it was time to learn more about the origin of this concept and what it means for the future of drug development.
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