The science of drug discovery and development creates a rich landscape for all sorts of stories to unfold.
Each month we are going to talk to someone who was in the trenches of R&D and let them tell their story. We’ll be talking about medicines you may know and some that never saw the light of day.Read More
What makes a good story? I have recently had the opportunity to read several books written by people who are faced with some sort of medical adversity. This has only reinforced my love for a good story, especially one that teaches lessons beyond the action. Each of these books started with something familiar, something I…Read More
In life, you’re given a gift; confidence. What you do with that gift is up to you and only you. In my life I have also been given a few other “gifts” that I didn’t ask for, opened, and now I have to deal with them. At age 15 or 16 I, as well as…Read More
At Salem Oaks we have a lot to be thankful for this year. As a young company everything feels new, but the people we’ve connected with already feel like old friends. We’re especially thankful for everyone who has helped test our offerings, participated in our surveys, or gave us guidance through the year. Individually we’re…Read More
Attending conferences has played a beneficial role in my understanding of the importance of my work. I believe that in order to succeed at what you are doing you need a clear understanding of a shared goal but also an internal motivation to achieve that goal. I am also aware that the best way for…Read More
New beginnings aren’t always scary, Right? In February I decided to open the door to a world that I knew very little about. I had a willingness to embark on this adventure but no idea what I would find. Turns out, I was right about how foreign this new world was (and not just the…Read More