AstraZeneca’s Seasoned Dealmaker Grady On Strategy To Grow Pipeline
AstraZeneca’s Shaun Grady is an affable dealmaker whose talents – honed over three decades inside the group – are being put to the test as global business development head to help ensure Britain’s second-biggest drugmaker can successfully transform itself, its therapy focus and pipeline. He tells In Vivo about his role leading AZ’s transaction execution, due diligence and alliance and integration management, while overseeing its collaborative “externalization” program, licensing and partnering, M&A and divestments.
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