Astellas shakes structure of R&D division

Japanese pharmaceutical company Astellas plans to implement a more flat structure in its research and development division in pursuit of developing new, innovative medicaments.

Astella's office in Denmark. | Photo: Astellas / PR

Japanese pharmaceutical firm Astellas moves to reform its research and development unit in the aim of developing competitive products, the company writes in a press statement.

The changes, set to enter force from Oct. 1 this year, are meant to facilitate a more agile R&D division as well as to maximize synergies between the company's range of divisions.

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