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Brenda Carrillo-Conde: Unlocking the Power of Connections

Brenda Carrillo-Conde: Unlocking the Power of Connections

Brenda Carrillo-Conde: Unlocking the Power of...

Brenda Carrillo-Conde has a talent for conjugation: making connections for the greater good — inside the lab and out. As a principal scientist with Pfizer’s Conjugation and Polytide Process Development Group in St. Louis, Missouri, she spends her workdays using chemical conjugation to...

Banking on the British Exome

Banking on the British Exome

Banking on the British Exome

The vast UK Biobank is a treasure trove of genetic data. Scientists are mining it now for potential therapeutic gems.  ...

Patients as Partners in Developing New Medicines

Patients as Partners in Developing New Medicines

Patients as Partners in Developing New Medicines

With a growing emphasis on patient-reported outcomes, study volunteers are becoming active participants in evaluating a treatment’s efficacy. ...

Getting a Medicine to the Brain Is a Major Challenge in Drug Design: How This Scientist Solved It

Getting a Medicine to the Brain Is a Major Challenge in Drug Design: How This Scientist Solved It

Getting a Medicine to the Brain Is a Major...

For cancer patients who have been treated with a particular medicine for some time, one of the hurdles many of them face is the tumor developing a resistance to the medicine. It’s a cruel twist that can affect patients being treated for non-small cell lung cancer, which can mutate and begin...

Medicine’s 2-Way Dance: What a Drug Does to the Body and What the Body Does to a Drug

Medicine’s 2-Way Dance: What a Drug Does to the Body and What the Body Does to a Drug

Medicine’s 2-Way Dance: What a Drug Does to the...

We all know that a tremendous amount of brain power, time and resources goes into creating a new medicine. While much attention is given to the “discovery” aspect of translating scientific insights into new therapies, an equally important part of the process involves studying how a potential new...

The ‘Immortalized’ Cells That Sparked an International Incident and Their Role in Producing Medicines

The ‘Immortalized’ Cells That Sparked an International Incident and Their Role in Producing Medicines

The ‘Immortalized’ Cells That Sparked an...

Proteins are the rock stars of biological molecules. They allow cells to carry out crucial functions like growth and differentiation, and enable cells to adapt to changing environments. Because dysfunction in certain proteins can cause disease, manipulating proteins is also the foundation of...

Women in Science Up Close and Personal, Part 5: Success Strategies

Women in Science Up Close and Personal, Part 5: Success Strategies

Women in Science Up Close and Personal, Part 5:...

In the fifth of our series honoring women in science, Pfizer researchers share their advice for young women who are launching scientific careers — and for the organizations hoping to hire and keep them.  ...

Women in Science, Up Close and Personal, Part 4: Next Gen

Women in Science, Up Close and Personal, Part 4: Next Gen

Women in Science, Up Close and Personal, Part 4...

In the fourth of our series honoring women in science, Pfizer researchers share their suggestions for getting more girls interested in STEM careers.  ...

Women in Science Up Close and Personal, Part 3: Overcoming Obstacles

Women in Science Up Close and Personal, Part 3: Overcoming Obstacles

Women in Science Up Close and Personal, Part 3:...

In the third of our series honoring women in science, successful women researchers reflect on their career journeys.  ...

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