Sue Smith: The reason I joined this industry was from the patient. So commitment to life is really the most important value to me, personally. Our tagline is taking the walk of life, one life at a time. Really making sure that we're doing the right thing for the patient.
Andrew McKnight: So innovation was at the forefront of everything we do in the research labs. [00:00:30] Applying novel technologies, sourcing novel ideas from other academic institutions and bringing them into our organization.
Deborah Braccia: Of the three products that have been approved, they've all been first-in-class new molecular entities. That's innovation.
Christina Hardy: As a clinical trial manager, one of the primary responsibilities is to oversee the conduct and the execution of the clinical study. So without the integrity, [00:01:00] the reliability of the trial results could be compromised.
Marita Dazo-Jan...: So my favorite one is teamwork, but not just teamwork, but teamwork wa, because the wa part is the feeling. Teamwork is the American side of what the corporate values are, but when you integrate the Japanese wa, which to me is a feeling, that spirit of working together. That's the important one of the cultures to me.
Fiona Herr: We have to connect with all of them in every [00:01:30] project we do. Commitment to life is the core of what we do, because we are very focused on communicating the data, finding new data, getting new research for the patients. But you can't do that without teamwork, and you have to do that with integrity and then we use innovation. They're all working together in our role. Yeah.