Jung Won Shin
Jung Won focuses on coverage of all aspects of news in the Korean pharma and biotech industry as well as for regulatory matters. She covers major pharma and biotech conferences in Korea as well as interviewing key opinion leaders. She also handles a regular Korean language podcast on Scrip/Pink Sheet stories. She has worked previously for Dow Jones Newswires, covering various industry sectors and the economy.
Latest From Jung Won Shin
Orange Grove CEO: Korean Opportunities A Priority In Global Expansion
US-based Orange Grove Bio inks first international partnerships with Korean universities, laying the foundation for its planned role as a bridge between the biotech industries in the two countries and to identify, develop and commercialize novel assets emerging from academic research.
Asia Deal Watch: Avenue Takes On AnnJi’s Spinal And Bulbar Muscular Atrophy Candidate
Plus deals involving Ono/PeptiDream, Onconic/Livzon, Teijin/Novartis, Eisai/Biogen, Abbisko/Allist, Daewoong/M8, GC Biopharma/Catalyst and KYM Biosciences/AstraZeneca.
Dong-A ST Faces New Wave Of Change As It Challenges Norms
Dong-A ST’s president of R&D Jae-Hong Park talks to Scrip about the changes needed in the domestic pharma sector and wider industry if Korean biopharma firms are to step up to global levels.
How KIMCo Is Orchestrating Korean Pharma Collaborations
KIMCo CEO Kevin Kyunghwa Huh talks about the consortium's efforts to become a platform of collaboration for Korean pharmas, including plans for the latest joint investment project as well as how the domestic industry is evolving in terms of globalization and open innovation.
Korea’s Biopharma Regulatory Reform Push To Focus On Innovation, Streamlining
South Korea is aiming to implement a broad range of regulatory reform steps to better compete with global rivals and speed up patient access to novel therapies.
Korean CDMO Industry Entering A Renaissance Or Growing Too Fast?
The Korean contract development and manufacturing industry is rapidly growing with more established firms and newcomers set to sharply expand capacities and diversify portfolios, but competition to secure relevant workforce in the country is also getting fiercer.