Ian has been covering a broad range of topics across the Japanese and Asian pharma industry, including corporate, M&A, R&D, pricing and policy developments, since 1988. After a stint as Tokyo-based Japan and Asia editor for Scrip, in 2014 he became managing editor of PharmAsia News (now part of Scrip/Pink Sheet). In his current position, he directs regional coverage for Scrip and Pink Sheet and manages a multinational, on-the-ground team. Ian is a recipient of multiple internal and external awards and a regular participant in APAC conferences, webinars and events, and produces regular podcasts. He has spent the majority of his life in Asia, having grown up in Hong Kong, and enjoys cycling and music.
Latest From Ian Haydock
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: Bayer’s Phase III failure; US group seeks Japan changes; AstraZeneca winning AKT race for now; NASH developments at AASLD; and the Q3 impact of China’s corruption campaign.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: AstraZeneca CEO on obesity and more; biotech’s rollercoaster ride set to continue; new Wegovy data; Novo’s plans for semaglutide in NASH; and Zepbound set to become biggest drug ever?
Astellas makes targeted acquisition of small, private US venture in apparent move to shore up its prostate cancer franchise amid a looming major patent expiry.
Scrip's APAC team selects notable quotes from recent interviews, conferences and other coverage to highlight the views of senior executives and officials on the major topics facing the biopharma industry in the region.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: US approval for Lilly’s obesity drug; a look at the future of the obesity market; BMS’s ADC deal; Roche’s MS plans; and one Chinese firm’s CAR-T plans.
In this week's podcast edition of Five Must-Know Things: CEOs on global tensions; Roche’s new Alzheimer's contender; Sanofi eyes external deals; investors’ reactions to clinical data; and Korean licensing pitfalls