Galapagos Genomics is heading in new directions — under the watch of Robin Brown, who was recently named chief scientific officer of the Belgium-based company.

Brown comes to Galapagos from another small company, Devgen, which looks for validated targets and in vivo active compounds for pharmaceuticals and agrochemical industries. Before that, he spent nine years at Glaxo, where he was the head of the cell and molecular biology department at the Stevenage, UK, research campus.

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