At Amgen, investing in women is a critical pathway for future generations and for the patients we serve. Women’s History month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history and progress. The national theme this year is “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” leading us to recognize the world’s healers and hope-givers—as well as our own patient-focused women.
Read more about the women of Amgen and their stories. Leaders like our Chief Human Resources Officer, Lori Johnston, who shared her personal journey with migraine. Scientists like Joanne Dai, whose research is focused on helping patients with cancer. Innovators like Jane Parnes who leads the early development of therapeutic candidates for diseases of the inflammatory and cardiometabolic systems. Mentors that are committed to developing fellow women at Amgen. And many, many more.
Innovation2 with Jane Parnes and Nina Tandon
Innovation2 is a video series created by Amgen in collaboration with The Nation of Artists to highlight how some of the brightest minds think about innovation.
Why Do Up-and-Coming Scientists Join Amgen's Postdoc Program?
Ahead of Amgen's 5th annual Postdoctoral Fellows Conference, three postdocs say it's all about cutting-edge research and valuable experience in biotech.
Candid Conversations: Women Empowered to be Exceptional (WE2)
In celebration of Women’s History Month, this video features a transparent dialogue between Murdo Gordon, executive vice president, Global Commercial Operations, executive sponsor of Women Empowered to be Exceptional (WE2) and Nada Obeid, executive director, U.S. Value & Access, global chair of WE2.
Margaret Chu-Moyer Honored with Prestigious Portoghese Lectureship
Margaret, a VP of Research at Amgen, is the second woman and the second chemist based in industry to be honored by the American Chemical Society and the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry.
Amgen's Head of Human Resources Lori Johnston Gets Personal About Her Migraine Journey During National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month
Lori Johnston, Executive Vice President, Human Resources at Amgen, shares her migraine journey and discusses how HR professionals can support people living with migraine.
Tackling Adversity Through Diversity
Through the challenges of the pandemic, these leaders—and recent Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association winners—helped ensure that clinical trials and biosimilars development continued.
Mentoring Women: Amgen's Commitment to Developing Diverse Leaders
Since its inception in 2016, Amgen’s Women Empowered to be Exceptional (WE2) group mentoring program has invested in over 1,000 staff, helping them develop personal networks and grow their business acumen. Find out more about how it works, why it matters and where they are expanding.