Hoping to brake a slow crash, Aduro's Stephen Isaacs hits the reset button, axing staff in reorganization
With investor confidence steadily bleeding out over the last year, Aduro $ADRO CEO Stephen Isaacs has hit the reset button in an attempt to get back on track.
The biotech said this morning that it is whacking 37% of the staff and circling its wagons around lead programs partnered with 2 prominent big pharmas — Novartis and Eli Lilly — focused on STING. The biotech is also pursuing an in-house anti-APRIL antibody, in development in oncology and IgA nephropathy.
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