Joan Shen ends the year by saying goodbye to I-Mab; CRISPR Therapeutics puts coal in R&D chief's stocking
Deck the halls with more appointments in the last Peer Review for 2021. Thanks for reading every week!
→ When the calendar flips to 2022, Joan Shen is out at I-Mab “to pursue other interests,” leaving founder and chairman Jingwu Zang to succeed her as acting CEO in a bit of a surprise. Under Shen’s leadership, I-Mab formed a CD47 alliance with AbbVie in September 2020 with lemzoparlimab as the centerpiece, and a year later our Amber Tong detailed I-Mab’s aspirations for other comparable partnerships, notably for development of the CD73 antibody uliledlimab. Shen was one of our 20 Women in Biopharma R&D honorees this month.
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