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Amgen has built an organization distinguished by world-class scientists with a talent for applying novel approaches to treat disease. Our R&D strategy aims to align and engage our talent, prioritize investments, and seize scientific opportunities.
Undruggable is a 5-part podcast series. Listen in to learn how the current wave of discovery, led by new types of multispecific medicines, has the potential to radically alter our concept of how drugs can work and pave the way for new solutions.
DNA Unlocked, A 5-part podcast series about the twists and turns, highs and lows of the quest to generate insights from DNA sequencing that will solve some of the most challenging diseases.
Amgen has created a robust and differentiated pipeline, leveraging state-of-the-art science to create medicines for serious illnesses.
The Scientific Advisory Board provides external scientific review of R&D activities and assists management in its responsibility to make significant scientific judgments related to R&D activities and portfolio.
Some of the greatest advances in science are unfolding now inside Amgen. Find out how Amgen is elevating research and development to a whole new level.
Among the most important steps in the long and careful process to develop new therapies are clinical trials, where people volunteer to receive an experimental new drug or procedure and be observed for its effects.
Amgen supports externally sponsored research to advance our mission of serving the needs of patients.
At Amgen, we continually invest in our manufacturing to strengthen our industry-leading capabilities and extend our global reach. Our commitment is to ensure that all our medicines are available for "every patient, every time."
Biosimilars offer the potential to increase patient access to vital medicines. Amgen is well positioned to leverage its more than 35 years of experience in biotechnology to create high-quality biosimilars and reliably supply them to patients worldwide.
At Amgen, we are deeply committed to our mission to serve patients. This goes beyond developing, manufacturing and delivering vital medicines.