Eli Lilly in big reshuffle: Sets up new units for neuroscience and immunology

The US-based pharmaceutical company has kicked off a big management reshuffle after a top-level decision ordered independent units for neuroscience and immunology, with the latter handling a potential launch of Alzheimer's drug donanemab.

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Oncology and the larger Bio-Medicines division will be hit particularly hard now that Eli Lilly initiates a series of larger organizational changes.

Henceforth, Eli Lilly will have both a special unit for immunological treatments and one specializing in neuroscience targeting brain diseases.

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