What inspired top J&J female leaders to become scientists?
Now that students are back in school, we thought it would be interesting to hear what inspired some of Johnson & Johnson’s top women leaders to study science at a young age, and put them on a path to where they are today. Here are a few of their answers.
Statement at APEC Women and the Economy Forum 2016
I am pleased to be part of this year’s delegation, on behalf of the United States and Johnson & Johnson. It is an honor to address you all as a representative of the private sector and to take part in the dialog on shaping a strong economic future that is inclusive of women.
Finding That Delicate Balance to Foster Innovation: An Interview with Carolyne Zimmermannn
The pharmaceutical industry has come to universal agreement: in-house drug discovery can only go so far in producing the dynamic pipelines needed to solve today’s complex health problems. But as for what type of approach is best for capturing the most promising ideas from the global scientific community and nurturing those ideas to fruition, pharma leaders differ greatly.
Jeanne Bolger has over 25 years of pharmaceutical industry experience in management roles across R&D, Commercial and Business Development. In February 2013, Jeanne started with Johnson & Johnson Innovation - JJDC as Vice President, Venture Investments.
Meet Ibraheem Badejo, PhD, Senior Director, New Ventures, Medical Devices
1. How would you describe the medical device innovation climate?
There has been a significant increase in innovation recently in the medical devices industry. As a society, we are living longer and want to live healthier and better, so this calls for innovation to improve clinical and surgical outcomes for patients.
In a few days, many of the world’s leading global healthcare innovators will gather in San Francisco for the 2016 BIO International Convention and I was particularly struck by the theme for this year’s program: “Imagine” – a single word that bears a world of significance.
Robert G. Urban, PhD, Global Head, Johnson & Johnson Innovation Boston Innovation Center
As the recent appointee to Global Head, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, Robert G. Urban is expanding upon his previous role as Head of the Johnson & Johnson Boston Innovation Center. We caught up with him to learn more about what’s next for the organization.
Stefanie Dhanda, Senior Director, Consumer Scientific Innovation Boston Innovation Center
Stefanie Dhanda recently joined the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Center in Boston as Senior Director, Consumer Scientific Innovation. Hear from Stefanie below about the Consumer sector's efforts to grow and maintain a portfolio of innovative partnerships, collaborations and benefits.
By 2050, two out of every five children on Earth will call Africa home. Any one of them has the potential to become the next Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, or Jonas Salk. Scientific research outputs made by researchers in Africa have doubled since 2003 and the quality of that research is high.