Market development for products within rare disease is both challenging and rewarding. Challenging because of a lack of information and historical data about the disease. Rewarding because of the opportunity to work with patient organizations, which helps develop the market insights necessary to successfully market a rare disease product.
The controversy over face masks is just another one of the unexpected cultural phenomena that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the United States. To me, wearing a mask is a no-brainer when you look at the science. In fact, a Yale study conducted in July showed that countries that adopted early mask usage (less than
Remotely creative? Or not even a bit? Seriously, how do you do the best work and continue to get the best work from your team in an environment where nearly everyone is fatigued from talking into their laptops? Or they’re explaining their grand idea for nearly a minute while the mute button is on and everyone else on the call is mouthing the statement of the year like they’re asking for directions in a foreign country?
Legendary Green Bay Packers head coach Vince Lombardi said it, and Benchworks knows it.
That’s why we started the Emerging Leaders Club last year, and that’s why we’re proud to announce this year’s graduates: Anna Schultz, Kylie Freeman, Max Hagan, and Terrance Vaughan.
When the Human Genome Project began in 1990, it may have been hard to see all the potential applications for understanding the building blocks of life. In the beginning, the time and cost to sequence DNA were extensive compared with what they are today. Now, there are tests you can take at home that can be processed in a matter of days for a few thousand dollars or less.
You can’t get enough vaccine talk these days, and Benchworks has won a 2020 Gold Davey Award for #ConvinceMeToVax, our social media campaign supporting vaccine advocacy.