Challenges in Developing New Therapeutic Products, Lecture by Gordon Ringold / Surromed (2003)

Course Description

Gordon Ringold from Surromed lectures on Entrepreneurship for Stanford University students, February 26, 2003. Dr. Ringold was most recently CEO of the Glaxo-Wellcome Group's Affymax Research Institute, where he managed the development of novel technologies to accelerate the pace of drug discovery. He is a co-founder and director of Maxygen Corporation, a Managing Partner of Technogen Associates, L.P., a private investment firm, and has over fifteen years of experience managing the discovery and development of pharmaceuticals and novel, enabling life science technologies. In this Stanford lecture, he talks about funding challenges in today's market and how to operate in a downturn economy.

Course Details:
- Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Lectures
- Stanford University's Entrepreneurship Corner (ecorner)

Original Course Name: Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Lectures

Challenges in Developing New Therapeutic Products, Lecture by Gordon Ringold / Surromed (2003)
Gordon Ringold in Lecture 6: Biotech: Collaboration vs. Competition in Developing Affymax.
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