Articles by Patrick Clinton - Pharmaceutical Executive

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Articles by Patrick Clinton

Reshaping Basic Research at Merck

Dec 11, 2008

Two years ago, an internal Merck survey revealed that its basic research operation was "every flavor of what you don't want." Today the company is in the midst of implementing a new strategy that groups scientists at sites dedicated to particular clinical areas. VP Kathleen Metters explains why - and how.

Reason to Believe

Dec 1, 2008

Maybe what you're feeling isn't impending doom. Maybe it's just growing pains.

Over There

Somehow, the public has got it into its head that FDA should inspect all the world's drug plants. Aren't there better ways to ensure the safety of imported drugs?
Nov 1, 2008

Is FDA's MO in foreign inspections too broken to fix?

Pharm Exec Q&A: Tommy Thompson

Nov 1, 2008

The former health secretary offers a reality check on healthcare reform—and what to expect from the pols in '09

Future Shock

Oct 1, 2008

A vision of pharma's next business model is starting to emerge. But how do we get from here to there?

Attack of the Junk

Sep 1, 2008

The United States makes the best medicines in the world. In days to come, that could be a problem.

Salute to the Murines

Aug 1, 2008

There's a cure for everything, as long as the patient is a mouse

Cutter's Way

Aug 1, 2008

FDA preemption is a hot issue for pharma, and it's likely to get hotter. But it's the wrong issue.

Healthcare Funhouse

It's not that I disagree with the Obama and McCain healthcare proposals. It's that there's nothing actually there to disagree with.
Jul 1, 2008

It's not that I disagree with the Obama and McCain healthcare proposals. It's that there's nothing actually there to disagree with

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