Juno Hires Sunil Agarwal, a Former Genentech Scientist, as Head of R&D

Biotech also plans to establish a San Francisco research group to accelerate drug development as competition intensifies.
 
 

Juno Therapeutics has recruited former Genentech researcher Sunil Agarwal to head up a revamped research organization, according to an article in Endpoints, a biotech newsletter. The post references an internal memo it obtained in which CEO Hans Bishop told Juno's staff that the company would announce the new hire before the market opens Monday. Read the whole story here.

 

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