5 Time-Saving Hacks for Busy Leaders Looking to Publish a Book

You’re a leader with a wealth of experience and a treasure trove of insights. You’re eager to share your knowledge

5 Underrated Traits of Teen Authors That Impress College Admissions Officers

A high schooler’s secret weapon for a top-tier college is their love for writing. Writing isn’t just about crafting narratives;

5 Reasons Why Publishing a Book Elevates Your College Application

A college application from a published author is rare. Less than 0.02% of college applicants are published authors. Which is

Current Trends in Teen Publishing: Stand Out in Your College Application

Did you know your unique story could be the golden ticket to your dream college? The world of publishing isn’t

5 Simple Tips for High Schoolers to Publish a Book That Impresses Admissions

Ever imagined your own book sitting proudly on your desk – not just any book, but one with your name

How to Select the Perfect Ghostwriter For Your Book

Your unwritten book can be a beacon of your legacy. Maybe your only lasting legacy. Yet, this literary journey isn’t

9 Reasons Why Accomplished Thought Leaders Don’t Write Books

It’s the silent struggle of the brilliant mind. In a world where every thought leader and visionary is celebrated, there’s

The Importance of Confidentiality and Discretion in Ghostwriting Partnerships

In the world of thought leaders and visionaries, time is the most precious commodity. These individuals are known for their

5 Crucial Questions Every Pharma Leader Wants To Be Answered Before AI Implementation

In the ever-evolving world of pharmaceuticals, AI stands as a beacon of innovation. However, with innovation comes questions, especially for

Why are we so hard on ourselves and what to do about it?

Interacting with teenagers is educational. The recommended teenage dose for a parent is a few minutes per day. Last weekend,

5 Tips for New Consultants to Hit the Ground Running

Lots of people want to become a consultant, but they can’t seem to make up their minds. Their primary concern

“How Do I Find a Job On LinkedIn?”​

If used correctly, LinkedIn is the most powerful platform for career advancement – including job search. The only reason we

4 Empowering Lessons I Have Learned After 20+ Years in the Biopharma Industry

Most people don’t believe me when I tell them that 20+ years in the biopharmaceutical industry has made me a

3 Effective Ways to Network without Meeting Anyone In-person

It’s very hard to meet new people when you are working from home or in your office behind a closed

3000 Cancer Survivors Everyday

As per the American Cancer Society report, 1.7 million Americans are diagnosed with cancer every year. Nearly 600,000 per year

Have Ever Met Someone who Made Your Medicine?

It’s very easy to like and respect someone in person who helped you during your illness. After all, the person

Now is the Time to Act for the Pharma Industry.

The current events are proving conclusively what the keen observers have been predicting for years i.e. you can not ignore

Should it be “The Wellness Sector”​ rather than “The Pharmaceutical Industry”​?

I did a quick survey. I’m using the term “survey” very loosely here. What I did was ask few of

The Braves and the Unsung Heroes

The Pharmaceutical Companies are evil, greedy, cold-hearted, sneaky, clandestine, and rotten. They don’t care about anything other than the bottom-line.

What do you say to people who think “Big Pharma” is hiding a cure for cancer from us?

There’s this brilliant scientist, Dr. Jennifer McFly, who leads a team of other brilliant people working out of East Snow Dump, Massachusetts site

Are diseases deliberately spread as experiments for the pharmaceutical industry?

This type of questions get asked a lot, aren’t they? Here’s my answer which I’d posted on Quora. Yes. It is

Cost of Developing a New Drug

When you google “cost of developing a new drug”, you get over 197,000,000 results. Some of the top search results

The Myths about the Pharmaceutical Industry

The word “myth” is defined in the dictionary as “a widely held but false belief or idea.” In other words

The Pharma Do Cure – Many Diseases, Permanently!

“I’m telling you, the pharma companies make money by treating a disease, not curing.” How many times have we heard the above

Episode 9 – Prof Charles Cooney, the History and Future of Biotech and Boston Ballet

My guest today is Prof Charles Cooney. Prof Cooney received his B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania

Episode 8 – David Sullivan on New Modalities, Price, Patients and the Pharma Landscape

My guest today is David Sullivan, Sr. Director and Global Lead of Vaccines and Biologics MSAT at Pfizer. He did

Episode 7 – Salvatore Mascia and Continuous Manufacturing

My guest today is Salvatore Mascia. Sal is the Co-Founder & CEO of CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals based in Woburn, MA. He

Episode 6 – Matt Roberge and the Global Pharma Forces

My guest today is Matt Roberge. He got his Mechanical Engineering degree from Villanova Uni. He currently works for Pfizer

Episode 5 – Blockchain and Fake Drugs with Dr. Hariawala, Prof Vaishnav and Mr. Mankodi

Dr. Mukesh Hariawala is a world-renowned heart surgeon, a highly sought after keynote speaker and Chairman of American Healthcare International

Episode 4 – Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout

Professor Trout directs the Molecular Engineering Laboratory and Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

Episode 3 – ISPE Boston and Individualized Medicine with Jack Campion

Jack Campion is Principal at the Hart Companies. He is the immediate past president of the ISPE Boston area chapter. Jack and the show

Episode 2 – E. Coli Outbreak and Bacteria Detection with Dr. Monika Weber

Dr. Monika Weber is the Founder and CEO of Fluid Screen, a startup in Boston, MA with a revolutionary chip-on-a-technology to detect

Episode 1 – Nanoparticles and the future of implants with Prof. Tom Webster

Professor Webster directs the Webster Nanomedicine Laboratory in Northeastern University, Boston which designs, synthesizes, and evaluates nanomaterials for various implant applications. To date, his