BioFactura recently announced the addition of two new members to their team. Hallison Rodrigue and Trevor Zimmerman both join as Quality Control Analyst IIIs.
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Biosimilars, also known as follow-on biologics, continued to capture greater market share and foment stronger competition with reference or brand name drugs in 2021. Increasing the number of biosimilars in the market and amplifying uptake by payers, family medical practices and pharmacies could be a gamechanger for patients and a healthcare system trying to reduce the cost of life-changing medicines.
WorkForce Genetics recently hosted the webinar event, “Navigating Your Biomanufacturing Career.” The webinar, which was held in March 2022, brought together industry thought leaders for a robust panel discussion about biomanufacturing career tips for the BioHealth Capital Region’s booming job market.
The biotech economy continues its expansion and shows no sign of slowing in 2022. On this webinar you’ll hear from several biomanufacturing leaders from various sectors of the field to talk about the biomanufacturing roles at their company and what they look for when hiring for their teams.
BioFactura, a leading developer and manufacturer of biosimilars and biodefense products, is one of the crown jewels of Frederick, Maryland’s growing biotech hub. The company is thriving and has secured strong funding from both private and government sources that see the potential of the company’s StableFast™ biosimilars platform. In May 2021, BioFactura reached an important milestone, announcing that it had moved its first biosimilar product into the clinic.
In a rapidly expanding market, BioFactura is making waves in a big way in 2021. From initiation of a phase 1 study for a biosimilar treatment for people suffering from Crohn’s Disease to a recent transfer agreement with RANI Therapeutics, there’s a lot to be excited about for a company of just under 50 employees.
Over the next few years, thousands of new positions in the biopharma and life sciences industry are expected to open up across the BioHealth Capital Region and the greater Philadelphia area known as Cellicon Valley.
Whether you are fresh out of the university or a seasoned veteran, many job seekers question whether or not they should aim for large biopharmaceutical companies, such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer or GlaxoSmithKline, or look at nimble, growth-stage companies, such as American Gene Technologies, Vita Therapeutics, or BioFactura, Inc., which is currently scaling their cGMP and Quality operations.
Since the approval of the first biosimilar drug in the United States six years ago, the market has rapidly expanded and is expected to grow to approximately $23 billion in the U.S. by 2027. And Maryland’s BioFactura anticipates it will be one of the companies at the forefront of this revolution of new medications.
BioFactura Inc. (“BioFactura”), a leading developer of high-value biosimilar and biodefense drugs using its patented StableFast™ platform, announces an agreement with Rani Therapeutics (“Rani”) to assess its Ustekinumab Biosimilar (BFI-751) in combination with Rani’s RaniPill™ platform.