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Lucie Ellis

Managing Editor, In Vivo

London, UK
Lucie Ellis has been covering the ups and downs of the pharmaceutical industry since joining the Informa Pharma Intelligence team in 2012. Prior to being Managing Editor of In Vivo, Lucie was a Senior Editor at Scrip and Pink Sheet. She is responsible for the production of In Vivo’s print and online editions and also contributes feature-length articles to the publication on the topics of leadership, R&D, innovation and more.

Latest From Lucie Ellis

First Vaccine Approval For Janssen With Two-Dose Ebola Prophylactic

The two-part vaccine becomes the second against Ebola to get approval. Janssen is now collaborating with the World Health Organization on vaccine pre-qualification to get it to people in need.

Approvals EU

COVID-19 Vaccine Expectations Are Ambitious Not Impossible

Johan Van Hoof, global head of vaccines at Janssen, talks to In Vivo about the company’s platform, how it is approaching COVID-19 research and the impact of today’s global pandemic on the future of vaccine R&D

Vaccines Research and Development Strategies

Shorla Pharma Sees Opportunity In Re-Innovated Oncology Drugs

Emerging Company Profile: Irish start-up Shorla Pharma recently secured $8.3m to move its pipeline candidates into the clinic. While it is not the largest series A financing for an emerging biotech, the company expects to get its first “re-innovated” product approved in the US next year.

StartUps and SMEs Cancer

COVID-19 Global Perspective

Infographic: As the novel coronavirus continues to cause disruption and leave casualties across the globe, In Vivo has taken a look at the activities of the life sciences sector in response. Here is a breakdown of biopharma and medtech research actions against COVID-19. 

Coronavirus COVID-19 Clinical Trials

Working With Patients To Use AI Against Rare Diseases

Tim Guilliams, CEO of Healx, talks about the company’s mission of creating from existing drugs new options for rare disease patients. The company is using artificial intelligence to find combination treatments against rare conditions, while working closely with patient groups as key partners in the development process. The goal: faster development timelines and cheaper therapies for patients.

Artificial Intelligence C-Suite Speaks

What Does AI Excellence Look Like In Big Pharma?

Angeli Möller, recently spotlighted by In Vivo as a 2020 Rising Leader, has quickly moved up the ranks at Bayer and is now spearheading one of its key initiatives to bring artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies into the pharma business.

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