New head of research at Astellas Gene Therapies: "Choosing the right indications is extra important"

Morten Søgaard is leaving Pfizer to join Astellas, where he will be in charge of 100 employees. Going from one of the world largest pharmaceutical firms to a considerably smaller one will be a challenge, he says.

Morten Søgaard is moving from one US coast to another, as he makes a switch from Pfizer to Astellas Gene Therapies | Photo: Jens Panduro

Morten Søgaard is packing up shop in New York, where he has spent the past 12 years at pharmaceutical giant Pfizer. He’s now replacing the East Coast with the West Coast, as he joins the San Francisco-based development department of Japanese Astellas Gene Therapies.

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