Biotech Scientific Advisory Boards: What Works, What Doesn’t

September 10, 2012 at 5:43 pm Leave a comment

Forbes recently presented an interesting if some what informal poll on scientific advisory boards.

Almost every biotech has a Scientific Advisory Board, but few use them particularly well. Although SABs can be hugely valuable in helping shape a program or portfolio, or raising the visibility of a startup, they can also be a colossal distraction and huge time sink, burning resources and creating post-meeting firedrills.

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