Stories From Our Region – September 2021

Rite Aid Corp. Moving Headquarters to Philadelphia Navy Yard

Focused on flexibility for associates, the official headquarters space, which employees will begin moving into the first half of 2022, will be designed specifically for in-person collaboration and company gatherings.

International Gene Therapy Developer Opens U.S. offices in Montgomery County

Exegenesis Bio of China’s business offices in Lower Gwynedd will give the company the flexibility to scale its office and laboratory space in the near term. It also plans to add 25 new clinical, regulatory, and administrative roles to the Philadelphia region within the next year.

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CEO of Comcast-IBC joint venture Quil discusses beta testing its next product and ‘hiring like crazy’

The digital health joint venture formed by Comcast Corp. and Independence Blue Cross is set to launch its second product early next year.

Article from Philadelphia Business Journal 

Castle Creek Biosciences Expands its Innovative Gene Therapy Platform for Rare Genetic Connective Tissue Disorders through Research Collaboration with Mayo Clinic

Castle Creek Biosciences, Inc. announces research collaboration with Mayo Clinic.

Article from PR Newswire

Philadelphia’s startup ecosystem climbs 15 spots into the top 30 worldwide, report says

Philadelphia’s startup scene is ranked amongst the best-performing in the world according to Startup Genome.

Article from Philadelphia Business Journal 

Incyte Announces U.S. FDA Approval of Opzelura™ (ruxolitinib) Cream, a Topical JAK Inhibitor, for the Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis (AD)

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Opzelura™ cream for short-term and non-continuous chronic treatment of atopic dermatitis.

Article from Business Wire

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